No City for Slow Men

No City for Slow Men
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ISBN-10 : 9881613876
ISBN-13 : 9789881613875
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Book Synopsis No City for Slow Men by : Jason Y. Ng

Download or read book No City for Slow Men written by Jason Y. Ng and published by . This book was released on 2015-01-07 with total page 0 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: This collection of 36 essays examines some of the pressing social, cultural and existential issues facing Hong Kong. It takes us from the gravity-defying property market to the plunging depths of old age poverty, from urban streets to traffic-free islands, from the culture-shocked Western expat to the misunderstood Mainland Chinese and the disenfranchised domestic worker. The result is a treatise on modern Asian life that is thought-provoking, touching and immensely entertaining.


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