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Dr Jung Chang’s spellbinding lectures charting the dramatic developments in 20th century China provide a truly unique, inspiring and uplifting experience and help to understand the challenges of 21st Century globalisation.

A gifted storyteller, Jung Chang’s presentations stimulate emotions and leave audiences reflecting upon her powerful and moving messages, taking them on a thoughtful and, at times, emotional journey.

Dr Jung Chang is the author of the best-selling books Wild Swans - Three Daughters of China (which has been said by the Asian Wall Street Journal to be the most read book about China), and Mao: The Unknown Story (co-written with Jon Halliday). Both books have been translated into more than 30 languages, and together sold some 15 million copies.

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