Chinese Whispers – Ben Chu demystifies China

This post is part of a series of blog posts reviewing our list of top non-fiction titles. These are the books that are being read by large groups in The Pigeonhole’s Company Book Clubs (click for more information). Our carefully curated list includes titles on technology, wellness, politics, geopolitics, the workplace and the economy. Expect a new post showcasing our ever expanding list twice a month.

Chinese Whispers by Ben Chu

Published by Weidenfeld and Nicolson, pp. 288. Buy here.

The Relevance

Alongside artificial intelligence, workplace well-being, and innovation, the rise and rise of China is one of the most popular themes in The Pigeonhole’s Company Book Club. The traditional western superpowers now have to think about their irrepressible competitors in the east, and in particular the most populous country on the planet; a phoenix that has risen from the ashes of Mao’s disastrous ‘Great Leap Forward’ to become one of the most industrialised and productive economies in the world.

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