Synopses & Reviews
Using her constant contact (and, in many cases, friendship) with a dynamic group of young novelists, filmmakers, and artists in China, acclaimed writer Jianying Zha has compiled "a knowledgeable, eye-opening book. . . . (China Pop) draws a fresh and often poignant portrait of a deeply confused country" (San Francisco Chronicle).
From her contact with a group of young novelists, film-makers and artists in China, Zha examines a range of developments largely unknown to Western readers. The result is an insight into the commercialization of China's cultural world and the anxiety that change is causing in China's intellectuals.