The story of an Englishman who went to China in search of a fortune, and found a life.
Mark Kitto was a Captain in the Welsh Guards before he became a metals trader in London and then China. His series of That's listings magazines became the most successful English language publications in China. On the verge of signing the groundbreaking deal that would make him the first authorised foreign publisher, the Communist Party took over his business. He is still in a legal wrangle over copyright. Variously accused of being a spy, pornographer and terrorist, he retreated to Moganshan where he now lives with his wife and two children. The family runs a successful coffee shop that is bringing foreigners back to the mountain for the first time since the Communists came in 1949.