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Leslie T. Chang lived in China for a decade as a correspondent for the Wall Street Journal. She is married to Peter Hessler, who also writes about China. She lives in Colorado.
|Going Out||p. 3|
|The City||p. 17|
|To Die Poor Is a Sin||p. 44|
|The Talent Market||p. 72|
|Factory Girls||p. 98|
|The Stele with No Name||p. 120|
|Square and Round||p. 171|
|Eight-Minute Date||p. 206|
|Assembly-Line English||p. 246|
|The Village||p. 269|
|The Historian in My Family||p. 303|
|The South China Mall||p. 334|
|Love and Money||p. 360|
|The Tomb of the Emperor||p. 377|
|Perfect Health||p. 388|
|A Reader's Guide||p. 421|
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