Shanghai Baby


Author: Zhou Weihui

A story of love, sex and self-discovery – banned in China.,,Publicly burned in China for its sensual nature and irreverent style, this novel is the semi-autobiographical story of Coco, a cafe waitress, who is full of enthusiasm and impatience for life. She meets a young man, Tian Tian, for whom she feels tenderness and love, but he is reclusive, impotent and an increasing us….Read More

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