China: A Photographic Journey through the Middle Kingdom
This attractive little volume is the perfect stocking stuffer for any Sinophile: its 238 breathtaking color photographs take us on a visual journey through the greatest splendors of China’s varied geography and the chief monuments of its 5,000-year-old civilization. These remarkable images show us the country’s most famous landmarks—like the Forbidden City, the Great Wall,...more
Hardcover, 244 pages
Published August 24th 2010 by Abbeville Press
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Gorgeous book of photographs. Includes everything from ancient and natural wonders though modern marvels like the Watercube and the Bird's Nest. There's a great picture of the Forbidden City in the snow that's simply breathtaking. There are a lot of interesting panoramic foldouts too. My only complaint is its small dimensions.