Barbarians And The Birth Of Chinese Identity Paperback
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|About the Author||Jing Liu is an artist and entrepreneur from Beijing, China. He is currently the Managing Director of Moli Design, a China-based design firm that counts the BBC, MasterCard, The Ford Foundation, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, and UNICEF among its many clients. Liu graduated from Beijing University of Technology with undergraduate degrees in industrial design and engineering, and a masters in international economics and trade. Division to Unification in Imperial China is his second book.|
|Author 1||Jing Liu|
|Book Description||An excellent introduction to the large trends of early Chinese history; ideal for those new to the subject.--School Library Journal (review of volume 1) This latest volume in the Understanding China Through Comics series tells of the disintegration of the Tang Dynasty and of the founding of the Song Dynasty. It details the Song's attempts to reinvigorate a flagging economy and government while defending against the invasion of China by the barbarians and by the Mongols led by Genghis Khan. An informative and accessible middle school history volume with solid details and engaging artwork. Jing Liu is a Beijing-based designer and entrepreneur.|
|Number of Pages||168|