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Today’s episode brings us to Birmingham, U.K., where Jonathan Chatwin speaks with us about modern Beijing and urban design, his travel writing influences, and his new book Long Peace Street: A Walk in Modern China (Manchester 2019). Jonathan holds a PhD in English literature and writes regularly on Chinese history and culture. His essays have been published by the British Film Institute, the South China Morning Post, and the Asian Review of Books to name a few. His first book is Anywhere Out of the World, a biography on the travel writer Bruce Chatwin.
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Last Updated on 30 March 2021 by Travel Writing World