CHINESE BREEZE 1: WRONG; WRONG; WRONG! 2e

CHINESE BREEZE 1: WRONG; WRONG; WRONG! 2e

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June 8. Beijing. A pretty girl lies dead on the floor of her luxury home. A slip of paper found on her body reads, “I am tired. Let me leave…” At the bottom of the slip is a signature: Lin Shuang-shuang.

Shuang-shuang has a twin-sister called Dui-dui. The two girls look so similar that others can hardly tell who’s who. Is the one who died really Shuang-shuang? Then where is Dui-dui? If the one who died is Dui-dui as someone claimed, then why is the signature on the slip Lin Shuang-shuang?

SKU: 9787301282519 Language: Chinese Series: CHINESE BREEZE Volume: N/A Edition: N/A Categories: ,

About the Author

Yuehua Liu was' a distinguished scholar in Chinese linguistics and language pedagogy. She authored numerous articles and books, including the acclaimed' Integrated Chinese' series.

Chengzhi Chu' is an Associate Professor of Chinese in the East Asian Languages and Culture department at University of California Davis. His primary research interests include Chinese linguistics, cognitive semantics, Chinese language pedagogy, and the application of computer technology in language instruction.

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