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3 China Cowboy Books: Radical Tenderness, Warlord Cowboys and Eddie Fung

-Never thought the 2 would mix.

China Cowboy

"Moving between the explicit descriptions of the Marquis de Sade and the implicit ironies of Nabokov, these pieces are excruciatingly compelling, so infernal as they are related in languages variously pornographic and desperately, radically tender. Short's brilliant tragicomedy can be read as a metaphor for China's dynamic with American culture or the story of any determined enterprising youth whose eager "bloody head" under a bumbling tyrant's "boot is bent." A bold, imaginative, timely work from a courageous and complex thinker.--HEIDI LYNN STAPLES

Heated and heartbreaking, China Cowboy charms like wedding cans, flesh-filled, on tarmac. This car (perhaps an old, long Cadillac with longhorns glaring and charred) contains a man, Ren: a "family man" or "something commensurate." La-La: our heroine. and the driver, guiding us expertly over the bluegrass, bodies and Time Warps of Hell,...more on Amazon!

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Warlord Cowboys in China: The Fred Barton Story of the World's Greatest Horse Drive

Call it madness. What was an American nighthawk and bronc buster doing canvassing the dangerous wilds of Siberia to find the perfect setting for the world's largest horse ranch for the Czar? What was Fred Barton doing in navigating the world's longest horse drive from Siberia, through Manchuria, Mongolia, and along the old camel routes into China to raise war horses for The Manchurian Tiger? With his band of Montana rodeo stars and help from the 15th Infantry in China, Barton was able to supply the needs of Chinese warlords from World War I until the Japanese army invaded his quarter-million-acre Shansi, China, ranch in World War II...more on Amazon!



The Adventures of Eddie Fung: Chinatown Kid, Texas Cowboy, Prisoner of War

Eddie Fung has the distinction of being the only Chinese American soldier to be captured by the Japanese during World War II. He was then put to work on the Burma-Siam railroad, made famous by the film "The Bridge on the River Kwai". In this moving and unforgettable memoir, Eddie recalls how he, a second-generation Chinese American born and raised in San Francisco's Chinatown, reinvented himself as a Texas cowboy before going overseas with the U.S. Army. On the way to the Philippines... more on Amazon!



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