Yellow Peril (novel)
|Original title||黄禍 : 新世紀版|
|Subject||Nuclear warfare, China|
|Published||Taibei Shi : Da kuai wen hua chu ban gu fen you xian gong si, 2008|
Yellow Peril (Chinese: 黃禍; pinyin: Huáng Huò) is a 1991 novel by Wang Lixiong, written in Chinese under the pseudonym Bao Mi (lit. "Secret"), about a civil war in the People's Republic of China that becomes a nuclear exchange and soon engulfs the world, causing World War III. It is notable for Wang Lixiong's politics, a Chinese dissident and outspoken activist, its publication following Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, and its popularity due to bootleg distribution across China even when the book was banned by the Communist Party of China.
- China Tidal Wave, Wang Lixiong, Michael Dillon, translation Anton Platero, Editeur Global Books Ltd. (UK), April 2007, EAN13 9781905246502; University of Hawaii Press; April 2008, ISBN 1-905246-50-1
- Lee, Haiyan (June 2010). "From the Iron Rice Bowl to the Beggar's Bowl; What Good is (Chinese) Literature?". Telos (151): 129–149.
- Zhao, Henry Y. H. (2003). "A Fearful Symmetry: The Novel of the Future in Twentieth-Century China". Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. 66 (3): 461. doi:10.1017/s0041977x03000326.
- Generations, Legitimacy, and Political Ideas in China: The End of Polarization or the End of Ideology?
- China Tidal Wave
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