The Chinese Billionaire's Wife by Julia Zhu

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This is Julia Zhu's personal account of life in China’s great transformation from a third world country to the second largest economy in the world with all the stresses and opportunities that this entails. It provides insights into the country, its customs and the massive change it is undergoing. Julia’s story follows China’s expansion. She was born in humble surrounds, a frail and weak child and married a poor country man. Together they rode the Chinese economic boom to build a billion dollar corporation.. “Along this tumultuous path I learnt independent thinking and many lessons for improved awareness and self esteem that I am delighted to share with my readers” Julia Zhu

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Published May 20, 2012 by Julia Zhu. 104 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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The result, she writes, is an empty life replete with possessions but devoid of satisfaction in which her eyes became “lifeless like empty shells…fallen to the bottom of the sea.” Helped by translator and co-author Lee’s deft prose, Zhu’s interesting if melodramatic memoir illuminates many aspect...

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