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Four best books for Chinese Culture

  Chinese Women in Love and Marriage: A Guide to Happiness in Cross-Cultural Relationships [Paperback]

 Book Review:
This book is written by a cross-cultural relationship professional and it is a guide for online dating for marriage minded men that are interested in finding a Chinese wife.

So if you are serious about finding love from China but you have little or no exposure to Chinese culture, this is the guidebook for you. It gives you step by step instructions on the do's and do not's in a long distance cross cultural relationship.


This book is very well written and contains lots of valuable information and advice that you simply can't get anywhere else. I highly recommend this as your first book.

 

  The Infertility Cure: The Ancient Chinese Wellness Program for Getting Pregnant and Having Healthy Babies [Paperback]

Book Review:
In this book, Dr. Lewis presents a groundbreaking alternative approach to infertility, explaining how she used traditional Chinese medicine to treat her own infertility, successfully conceiving and giving birth to two children. The author obviously knows what she is talking about and she is a very committed professional. And she has definitely helped lots of people.

Anyone who thinks that western medicine alone is the only real treatment option for infertility has obviously never experienced or been exposed to the sheer miracle this treatment offers. Dozens of people who have had success using this treatment after years and years of failure including multiple miscarriages.

 

  China: Its History and Culture (4th Edition) [Paperback]

Book Review:
In roughly 350 pages, the authors take the reader from Zhou to Zemin with a minimum of effort and confusion. China's ancient history is covered in about 150 pages, and the second half of the book looks at the last 200 years and the interaction with the West and Japan.

Newly updated and revised. Very clearly written and understandable. The author concentrates mostly on political, military and economic affairs, but highlights broader cultural and social trends where they are relevant to a modern Westerner.

This is an example of a good author, with a good publisher, doing things correctly. This text is utilized by many colleges for courses on the history of Asia, and China.

 

  Feng Shui that Makes Sense - Easy Ways to Create a Home that FEELS as Good as it Looks [Paperback]  

Book Review:
This is the most balanced, practical Feng Shui book on the market so far. The author explains the history and principles behind feng shui and is just good common sense. It is well written, makes things very clear and accessible, and would enable anyone to pick up fengshui concepts very quickly.

Follow the author step-by-step to create a home that will please your eye, relax your body, inspire your mind, and lift your spirit.

Highly recommend this very practical book for anyone looking to 1) learn about Feng Shui, 2) better implement Feng Shui, or 3) find the Feng Shui approach that works best for you.