China Shakes The World: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future--and The Challenge For America: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future -- And The Challenge For by James KyngeChina Shakes The World: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future--and The Challenge For America: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future -- And The Challenge For by James Kynge

China Shakes The World: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future--and The Challenge For America: A Titan…

byJames Kynge

Paperback | September 5, 2007

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"Let China sleep, for when she wakes, she will shake the world." Napoleon's words seem eerily prescient today, as the shock waves from China's awakening reverberate around the globe. Award-winning journalist James Kynge takes measure of the tremors made as China's ravenous hunger for jobs, raw materials, energy, and food -- and its export of goods, workers, and investments -- drastically reshapes world trade and politics. Through dramatic stories of the people who are driving China's transformation -- entrepreneurs and visionaries, factory workers and store clerks -- Kynge describes the breakneck rise of China, the extraordinary problems the country now faces, and the consequences of both.
James Kynge, a journalist in Asia for two decades, is the former bureau chief of the Financial Times in Beijing. Fluent in Mandarin, he has visited every Chinese province and is the recipient of numerous journalism awards. He has spoken at the World Economic Forum and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations and has appeared on C...
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Title:China Shakes The World: A Titan's Rise And Troubled Future--and The Challenge For America: A Titan…Format:PaperbackDimensions:288 pages, 8.28 × 5.52 × 0.69 inPublished:September 5, 2007Publisher:Houghton Mifflin CompanyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0618919066

ISBN - 13:9780618919062

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Should the U.S. worry about China? Most definitely— but, by Kynge's account, for different reasons from the ones being raised on Capitol Hill.