I wonder what Charles Waite would say, if he was alive today, about his book – Survivor of the Long March : five years as a POW 19340-1945 – co-written with me, which has just been translated into Chinese. It is published by China Pictorial Publishing House and available on Amazon. Of course, I’ll never know how well it’s been translated.
I don’t know where that price comes from as it is now £20.63 – and currently unavailable.
I like the bold design of the cover but can’t comment on the layout or text, including the captions for the images.
Questions: Will I start getting reviews in Chinese?
Will it become a set book in schools in China? See earlier blog