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Shanghai Grand Reviewed in the National Post

From the review:

With Shanghai Grand, Taras Grescoe – in a departure from the personal journalism of his books Straphanger and The Devil’s Picnic – tells the story of that time, focusing on three of its representative characters: Sir Victor, the businessman building Shanghai; Hahn, the ex-flapper journalist there for a good time; and Zau Sinmay, a Shanghai poet whose fictionalized counterpart, Mr. Pan, would become the face of modern Shanghai for Hahn’s readers in the New Yorker.

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