Don Cohn

 Don Cohn lived in Beijing for five years in the early 1980s and has visited the city over 200 times since then. As a China scholar, he has written, edited, or translated over 50 books, articles, and reviews on many aspects of Chinese culture. He now divides his time between New York, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, and Hong Kong.


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Beijingwalks

Cohn, Don
Holt Paperbacks

Ever since Marco Polo published his wide-eyed report on Khanbaligh, or Cambaluc, the city of the Mongol khans, Peking—as Beijing has been known for most of the...


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