Entertaining, but I felt a bit sorry for the guy after a while. He's here for work, no family yet. Seems a bit lonely.
Great travelogue, keen eye for details, strong pencil drawings.
Delisle straightforwardly depicts the gnawing alienation he experiences during his stay in a business-friendly, but tourist-unfriendly, city in southern China. NOTE: This is billed as Delisle's follow-up to PYONGYANG, but it actually was published first (in French).
One of my favourite books. Delisle's way of combining art into the genre of a memoir makes reading this book a very unique experience. A funny, witty, and perceptive book, I highly recommend reading this.
Funny and interesting book about living in China, drawn like a comic strip.
I came across this book while searching for China travel info. This was a really cute, sweet, graphic novel.
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