Conversation with General Matan Vilnai, Ambassador of Israel to China
The book is the first autobiography of a high-ranking Israeli official published in China. It describes the legendary military and political experiences of Matan Vilnai, Israel's influential retired Major General and former Ambassador to China.
This historical novel is set during the first half of the 20th century in China, a turbulent period of time in the country. This is the first saga about those who die a martyr at Yuhuatai.
The novel follows the contours of history through Kuomintang-Communist cooperation, the Northern Expedition (1926–27), the April 12 Counter-revolutionary Coup, the resistance against Japanese aggression, and the War of Liberation (1946–49). It sees Xu Zihe, after receiving a doctor's degree in Germany, become a firm revolutionary and hope for the rejuvenation of the nation.
Author: Zhang Xinke
Publisher: Phoenix Literature & Art Publishing Ltd
Paperback 446 pp
Coyright manager: Wang Yuyao