"Funny and shrewd" (The New York Times Book Review
) essays from China's most popular young troublemaker about growing up millennial and causing social and political scandal today.
Han Han "owes equal debt to Jack Kerouac and Justin Timberlake" (The New Yorker
). He's the most influential (and provocative) young person in China, equally beloved and reviled for the satirical wit with which he takes on everyone from corrupt politicians to ludicrous protesters and everything from Internet culture in a country that censors the Internet to the question of whether China is ready for democracy. "Evocative and funny" and "occasionally electrifying" (The Wall Street Journal
), The Problem with Me
provides "an insider's look into Chinese culture and politics" (Publishers Weekly