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Sang Ye's Conversations with China Geremie R. Barme Acknowledgments Introduction: Words and Saliva Sang Ye Chairman Mao's Ark 1. A Hero for the Times: A Winner in the Economic Reforms 2. Chairman Mao's Ark: One of the Floating Population 3. The Nondissident: A Party Man Betrayed 4. The Union Rep: A Worker against the Party 5. The People's Deputy: A Congresswoman Moonwalking 6. Looking Ahead: The Founders of a Private Orphanage 7. Getting Organized: The Parents of a Stolen Child 8. Shine: A Child Prodigy 9. Moonwalking: A Differently Abled Young Woman Unlevel Playing Field 10. Consuming Habits: On the Flood of Fakes 11. Fringe-Dwellers: A Nonofficial Artist 12. The Computer Bug: The Software Pirate 13. Unlevel Playing Field: Confessions of an Elite Athlete Heaven's Narrow Gate 14. A Life of Sex: Dr Sex 15. Time as Money: A Shenzhen Hooker 16. Little Sweetie: A Thoroughly Modern Mistress 17. Heaven's Narrow Gate: Christians Who Overcame Mastering New China 18. An Army on the March: The PLA Means Business 19. Generating Income: The Reeducation of an English Professor 20. To the New World: Passport Protection 21. Mastering New China: A Capitalist with the Party's Characteristics 22. Down to Earth: Reflections of a Former Red Guard 23. Just One Party: A Challenge from the Grass Roots Parting Shot 24. Beam Me Up: The UFOlogist 25. Parting Shot: A Beijing Executioner 26. Days in the Life of the People's Republic List of Translators Index

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Sang Ye divides his time between China and Brisbane, Australia. His most recent book is The Year the Dragon Came (1996). Geremie R. Barme is a Professor of Chinese History at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at The Australian National University. He is the author of An Artistic Exile: A Life of Feng Zikai (California, 2002), In the Red: On Contemporary Chinese Culture (1999), and Shades of Mao: The Posthumous Cult of the Great Leader (1996). Miriam Lang is a researcher and translator based at Monash University in Melbourne.

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