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China’s two main rivers, the Yangtze and the Yellow River, have exerted an enormous influence on the Chinese people from the times when they first populated their routes. Both have been crucial to the development and existence of great civilizations. From the mouth of the Yangtze at Shanghai to one of its tiny tributary rivulets high on the Sichuan Plateau, Barbara Lloyd’s poetic photographs offer the reader a compelling and novel insight into this fascinating country


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