Learning How to Love China
**2018 Ken Klonsky Novella Award Winner**
Learning How to Love China by Dan K. Woo is a biting satire of modern-day China and its social hierarchies. Little Comrade, a young woman who struggles with the expectations of her family and the romantic fantasies of a mythical place called Canada, is caught in a cycle of working poverty, and navigates a world that is equal parts tragedy and comedy. Brilliantly funny and slyly political, Learning How to Love China is the 21st century social satire we didn’t know we were missing.
— Jen Sookfong Lee, author of The Conjoined: A Novel (ECW Press)
A hilarious tale about a young woman who never quite realizes just how far China will go to claim its citizens, and its victims.
–Timothy Brook, author of Mr. Selden’s Map of China (House of Anansi Press)