'People always used to tell me 'Shanghai's not real China'. I heard it from locals, from expats like myself, from visitors who had spent a week or two In Xi'an or Chongqing or Lijiang and thought they should advise me That I wasn't getting the real deal. What they wanted me to knew was that Shanghai, a hub of foreign trade and business, with some of its central districts full of stores like Nike and H&M, was not enough. It was too much like home and not enough like what a foreigner should experience in China.'(Introduction)
Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed. Other works not individually indexed include:
Invisible Genres, or on the Virtual and the Actual by John Mateer.
Bahasa Indonesia/Melayu & Yolngu-Matha - Recognising Familiar Words in Unfamiliar Contexts by Siti Sarah Ridhuan