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Ten free copies of Yang Shen eBook from Flipreads

Old China Books is giving away ten promotional codes for a free copy of Yang Shen, Book I, 2nd Edition eBook from the Philippine electronic bookstore Flipreads. The promo codes will be given to the first ten readers to leave … Continue reading

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John Thomson Photographs Discussed in Online Audio

 Just happened upon an interesting and detailed talk on the 19th century photographs of John Thomson. The audio discussion at KERA ListenLive, features host Krys Boyd talking with organizer of the exhibit Betty Yao, MBE of Credential International Arts Management in London, … Continue reading

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Evolving the Old China Books Book Blog

This blog has been undergoing a makeover as we become more knowledgeable about the blogosphere. It started as a place to comment on the formatting Yang Shen eBooks when the eBooks were first offered – the YS eBook has a … Continue reading

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Camel-back Arch Bridge, Pekin                           Old China Books Book Blog This blog introduces titles offered by Old China Books and provides a place for discussions about our books.              Page background: Romance of the Three Kingdoms 三國演義              Page headers: The Shanghai Bund, 1857 … Continue reading

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Welcome to Old China Books Writer’s Corner

Yang Shen, Book I, 2nd Edition Now Available! The extraordinary romance of an American clipper ship officer – inspired by true events. In a China torn apart by rebellion and war, a lone American adventurer – Fletcher Thorson Wood – becomes … Continue reading

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Discontinuing Facebook ad campaigns

What does Old China Books have in common with General Motors? (No, we drive an old Dodge pickup.) Good guess – we are giving up on Facebook advertising. While not exorbitantly expensive (10 cents a click?), Facebooks ads have been completely ineffective for … Continue reading

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