China Fortunes. A Tale of Business in the New World

  • ID: 1605438
  • Book
  • Region: Global, China
  • 592 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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CHINA FORTUNES: A TALES OF BUSINESS IN THE NEW WORLD

"Reality is disappointing, Jack. China is better."

"China Fortunes is an extraordinary story conducted by a talented storyteller. Kuhns′s pen drives you in a world unknown to most of us, taking you through fascinating and moving situations, and like every great journey, you won′t come back exactly the same."
Marc Levy, author, The Shadow Thief

"China Fortunes is a smart and stylish take on what business really is in modern China. Kuhns knows both cold, and most important, he can tell a great story . . . ironic, fast moving, and sharply observed. It will lock you in."
Terry McDonell, editor, Sports Illustrated Group

"China Fortunes is one man from Wall Street′s incredible journey from the emerging days of China all the way to the present. John Kuhns takes us along on his wild ride through the remote, mysterious Middle Kingdom, risking millions, but gaining much more. A must–read for anyone interested in China and business."
Kevin Wall, Emmy® Award winning producer and creator of Live Aid, Live Earth, and other global events

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Prologue.

Book 1: The High Life.

Chapter 1 Chinatown on the Rio Bravo.

Chapter 2 Born to Run.

Chapter 3 Fortune Cookie.

Chapter 4 Squeeze Play.

Chapter 5 Mistakes Were Made.

Chapter 6 The Right Man for the Job.

Chapter 7 Token Poet.

Chapter 8 Token Poet′s IPO.

Chapter 9 Chinese Walls.

Chapter 10 The Year of Living Dangerously.

Chapter 11 Easier Said Than Done.

Book Two: The Crevice.

Chapter 12 A Leopard and His Spots.

Chapter 13 Talk the Talk, Walk the Walk.

Chapter 14 The New World Power.

Chapter 15 A Date with A Monkey.

Chapter 16 Once Burned, Twice Stupid.

Chapter 17 Tell Me Something I Don′t Know.

Chapter 18 False Starts.

Chapter 19 The Worst of Times.

Chapter 20 Seven Year Itch.

Book Three: Hainan Jack.

Chapter 21 Rather Be Lucky than Good.

Chapter 22 Monkey on His Back.

Chapter 23 Hearts and Bones.

Chapter 24 China Fortunes.

Chapter 25 Killing Two Birds With One Stone.

Chapter 26 the Man to See.

Chapter 27 Original Sin.

Chapter 28 Living Large.

Chapter 29 Jack, It′s Chinatown.

Chapter 30 What Happens in China Stays in China.

Chapter 31 Finders, Keepers.

Chapter 32 The Future of China.

Chapter 33 Chinese Coverage.

Chapter 34 The Fish Will Die.

Chapter 35 As Little as Possible.

Book Four: Hydro King.

Chapter 36 Sand Pebbles.

Chapter 37 Chinese Water Torture.

Chapter 38 Soldier of Fortune.

Chapter 39 Hydro King.

Chapter 40 Timing is Everything.

Chapter 41 Who Knows Where the Time Goes.

Chapter 42 You Learn Something New Every Day.

Chapter 43 The Place to Be.

Chapter 44 Bulls in the China Shop.

Chapter 45 Gum on Your Shoe.

Chapter 46 There and Back Again.

Chapter 47 Close but No Cigar.

Chapter 48 Penny Wise, Pound Foolish.

Book Five: China Hand.

Chapter 49 Men and Women.

Chapter 50 Catch and Release.

Chapter 51 China Hand.

Chapter 52 Chinese Handcuffs.

Chapter 53 Midnight Train to Baoding.

Chapter 54 Chinese Checkers.

Chapter 55 Chinese Fire Drill.

Chapter 56 A Walk on the Wild Side

Chapter 57 One Rainy Night in Lijiang.

Chapter 58 Tea and Oranges from China.

Chapter 59 Knock on Wood.

Chapter 60 Fortune Fish.

Chapter 61 It′s Enough to Make a Man Religious.

Chapter 62 A Chinaman′s Chance.

Chapter 63 Be Careful What You Wish For.

Book Six: The Long Walk Home.

Chapter 64 Trial and Error.

Chapter 65 Third Time′s the Charm.

Chapter 66 Two Out of Three Ain′t Bad.

Chapter 67 Easy Come, Easy Go.

Chapter 68 High Water Mark.

Chapter 69 The Long Walk Home.

About the Author.

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