Dueling the Dragon - Adventures in Chinese Media and Education

"Fascinating", "eloquent", "horrifying!" These are among the ways readers have described LeRoy's first-hand accounts of China and of working in its state-media and education systems. With a journalist's eye and lively wit, his narrative weaves through extremes of elation and despair, while uncovering the deep roots of corruption tearing at China's social fabric. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781370486304
About Abdiel LeRoy

Abdiel LeRoy's writings encompass fiction, non-fiction, and memoir, but he is best known as a poet, whose themes and forms are powerfully influenced by Shakespeare, The Bible, and mythological sources.

He began writing political poetry when George W. Bush was installed in the White House in 2000 and continued through the Obama presidency, compiling in the process his 'Verses Versus Empire' series, now available in two volumes.

Meanwhile, his odes to Shakespeare have been read by famed British actors on the BBC and commissioned by London-based charity, London Shakespeare Workout, for theatrical productions with prison inmates. And his verse has frequently appeared in U.S. literary journals.

Other publications include: the epic poem 'Elijah'; his 'Well Versed' collection of tributes to Shakespeare, poets, and the performing arts; 'The Christmas Tree', a novel for children; and 'Dueling the Dragon – Adventures in Chinese Media and Education', a memoir of LeRoy's experiences in China over 10 years.

Along with careers as writer, actor, voiceover artist, broadcaster, financial analyst, and market commentator, Abdiel's passions include Argentine Tango, Yoga, and competitive Swimming.

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