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"2000 Days in China" (1998-2009) is an enthralling memoir revealing the author's experiences living in the exotic captivating culture of central China. The authors mandate was to build a profitable business in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province but while living there he became addicted to China. First part: Building the business. Not a boring how to build a business but a revelation of personal involvement with captivating co-workers. John and his wife experienced an incredible learning curve through cultural exchanges with work relationships and personal friendships during John's tenure in China. Part two: Establishing Personal Relationships: tells of developing relationships with four children and their families. The four Children came to Canada and learned firsthand some of the significant cultural diversity between China and Western countries. A highlight of the book is letters from the kids telling of their lasting impressions of their trip to Canada. Part Three: Exploring China, - History, Future and Impressions: details and documents the significant changes experienced in a rapidly developing China. First hand insight is given into some of the massive problems that continue to plague China in that countries incredible race to a permanent status as a dominant industrial power.

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