3 Books Essential To Your Life in China

By That's, March 22, 2019

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New to China? We've rounded up three must-have guide books outlining everything you need to know about the Middle Kingdom. Whether you want to learn more about the country's best travel destinations or get the lowdown on investing 101, these books have you covered.

10 Essential Books on Chinese Culture

1. China Guide: Tour in China

2. China Guide: Invest in China

3 Essential Books for Newcomers to China

3. China Guide: Study in China

3 Essential Books for Newcomers to China

3 Essential Books for Newcomers to China

Want all three books? You can order the whole set here for RMB398 (original price: RMB504).

Plus, we’ve got not one, but two special gifts for our readers! From March 1 to 31, we are giving away a free set of postcards (20 pcs/set) for book purchases over RMB199. Together there are four sets of gorgeous postcards for you to choose from. Just leave a message upon checkout to specify the theme you want. There are four themes in total:

  • The Story of the Forbidden City

  • Tibet, Time Paradise

  • Memory of Chengdu in Photos

  • Memory of Old Beijing's Hutongs

Book Review: Chinese Classic 'The Dream of the Red Chamber'

Book Review: Chinese Classic 'The Dream of the Red Chamber'

It gets better! Spend over RMB299 and you'll receive a free beautifully designed 'ancient' notebook. These notebooks feature a selection of poems and lyrics from the Tang and Song Dynasties, translated by the legendary Xu Yuanchong. The bilingual Chinese and English poems are printed alongside classic Chinese paintings, and there's plenty of space in the blank margins  for you to take notes and record your personal thoughts.

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There are two notebook editions to choose from:

  • "To See Within One Day All Flowers on the Trees"

  • "Time and Tide Will Not Wait For a Man Forlorn"

Leave a message upon checkout to specify which edition you want. 

March Poster Deal

Click here to see more books from China Intercontinental Press.


About thMart

thMart is a new one-stop online shopping site that lets customers buy a range of products seamlessly, from anywhere, on the go, with shipping available across China. Compatible on both desktop and mobile, customers can login through WeChat, with their mobile number or by registering directly on the platform. For business opportunities, please email us at thmart@urbanatomy.com.

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