Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China


Wild Swans was translated into 37 languages and sold 13 million copies,[1] receiving praise from authors such as J. G. Ballard.[2]

Wild Swans was first translated into Chinese and published in mainland China in 1997 and different translated versions are available, as are translations in Hong Kong and Taiwan. In the United Kingdom, the version in traditional Chinese is available online.[3]

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