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HuffPost includes Understanding China Through Comics series in foreign policy education list

Michael Palmer - Monday, November 26, 2018

Jing Liu's Understanding China Through Comics series has made HuffPost's "5 Graphic Novels That Could Teach Indian Politicians Something About Foreign Policy" list! 

Lindsay Pereira says of HuffPost says "Given China's superpower ambitions, it goes without saying that our politicians must pick up a copy." Thanks for that Lindsay, we agree! 

Pick up the comics here: https://www.stonebridge.com/catalog/the-understanding-china-through-comics-series

Read the full list here: https://www.huffingtonpost.in/2018/11/22/5-graphic-novels-that-could-teach-indian-politicians-something-about-foreign-policy_a_23595825/
 


 


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