A man was born to suffer.
Every part of his life was a bubble, easy to break and easy to be blown away. The philosophy was the same as my story.
I tried not to write with too much of my feelings and emotions but go down the lines with my mind and conscience. Feelings are the waves on the ocean, and emotions are splashes of the mountain streams when they hit the rocks. My mind and conscience are just flat water, still and calm without the push of outside forces… …
The theme of this book is simple but powerful: Taking down the Chinese Communist Party is a mission of justice for humanity.
This biological novel about the author’s life encounters in China from 1967-2003 will give readers lots of surprises and inspiration. The novella could be one of the best books about China after Jung Chang’s Wild Swans, which sold over ten million copies worldwide.
The author has published about 20 books on Buddhism, culture, and Chinese history under different pen names.
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