Na de dood van zijn vader aan een overdosis opium vertrekt een vroegwijze Chinese jongen met zijn moeder en broer naar een klein boerendorp....
|Title||:||Het rode feest|
|Number of Pages||:||186 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Het rode feest Reviews
I read this book with great pleasure. I liked to be informed about every day life in China, what kind of rituals there were, the circumstances of life, the habits, kinds of food. This book told me about that, in relation to 'the read feast', the ceremonies accompanying a wedding. It was told quietly, not teaching like a school teacher would do, but in a friendly manner that I liked very much and made me remember the book and much of its contents even after several years.
Still believe that the Lelietheatre is the best book which I read up to now of Lulu Wang. What I found quite surprising that the flap text was covering almost the entire book. I like the books very much because I do not know anything about the life China. Here I learn at least a few things about it.