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Dunhuang Dream
by Xu Xiaobin




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Named one of the Top Ten Novels of the Year in China, this award-winning novel is about three tourists who fall into a strange entanglement of love.

Set against the magical backdrop of Dunhuang, China, home to thousands of painted cave murals, Dunhuang Dreams magically blends the stories of three protagonists: Xiao Xingxing, a talented young female artist, Zhang Shu, a laboratory technician from a Beijing research institute who recently quit his job, and Xiang Wuye, a medical student. These three individuals seek refuge in Dunhuang from their troubled lives, but soon find themselves in a love triangle and involved in a scandalous theft.

Original and dynamic, Dunhuang Dreams harmoniously combines a contemporary story with ancient and modern Buddhist themes. It is a tale of searching, escaping from the past, and longing for true love.

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Overview

Named one of the Top Ten Novels of the Year in China, this award-winning novel is about three tourists who fall into a strange entanglement of love.

Set against the magical backdrop of Dunhuang, China, home to thousands of painted cave murals, Dunhuang Dreams magically blends the stories of three protagonists: Xiao Xingxing, a talented young female artist, Zhang Shu, a laboratory technician from a Beijing research institute who recently quit his job, and Xiang Wuye, a medical student. These three individuals seek refuge in Dunhuang from their troubled lives, but soon find themselves in a love triangle and involved in a scandalous theft.

Original and dynamic, Dunhuang Dreams harmoniously combines a contemporary story with ancient and modern Buddhist themes. It is a tale of searching, escaping from the past, and longing for true love.


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  • ISBN: 9781416584216
  • Publisher: Atria Books
  • Imprint: Atria Books
  • Date: May 2011
  • Seller Statement: Sold by Simon and Schuster
 

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