Asian Literature

Asian literature is the literature produced by writers in Asia. Or by Asian American writers.

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Outrun the Moon
The Nameless City
Trail of Broken Wings
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The Sympathizer
The Expatriates
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The Girl Who Wrote in Silk
The Rent Collector
The Girl with Seven Names: A North Korean Defector’s Story
Shelter
The Golden Son
The Incarnations
The Year of the Runaways
The Buddha in the Attic
A Dictionary of Mutual Understanding
Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir

Popular Asian Literature Books

Memoirs of a Geisha
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
The Joy Luck Club
Norwegian Wood
Kafka on the Shore
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle
The Bonesetter's Daughter
The Good Earth (House of Earth, #1)
1Q84
Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China
The Kitchen God's Wife
Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress
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Best Novels That Take Place in China
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Best Japanese Books
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Books set in HONG KONG
122 books — 62 voters
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CHINA Expat Books
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Jamie Ford
Jamie Ford Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet
I remember what an oddity my own parents were. My dad was Chinese and my mom was Betty Crocker white—an unusual pairing in the '60s. Growing up, the only two Asian men that I knew of with Caucasian wives were Bruce Lee and my dad.
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Cornell Woolrich
She's a slinky sort of person, no angles at all; and magnetic - you can't take your eyes off her. She's dressed like a Westerner, but her eyes have a slant to them. They are the eyes of an Easterner. She doesn't walk like our women do, she seems to writhe all in one piece - undulates is the word. ("Kiss Of The Cobra")
Cornell Woolrich, The Fantastic Stories of Cornell Woolrich

Lisa See
The problem with living so long is that you see too many people pass before you.
Lisa See, Snow Flower and the Secret Fan

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