“Young China Hand” is a thriller about a crisis-era clash between Western wits, Chinese princeling-linked financiers and Peking duck farmers. Inspired by true events and experiences between 2008 and 2013, the book combines an insider’s look into China’s secretive world of high finance, with a self-discovery journey through unlikely friendships and outrageous betrayals. “Young China Hand” has received rave reviews from best-selling author Tim Clissold who wrote the classic “Mr China”, former CEO of JP Morgan China Shao Zili, Stanford consulting professor Tom Kosnik, INSEAD Distinguished Fellow Michael Prahl, among others.
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Grace Hsu, the storyteller behind Young China Hand, worked as a financial journalist for ten years, five of which were based in China. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and Wharton School of Business (class of 2004), she is currently a stay-at-home mother and freelance writer. She splits her time between China, Singapore and the United States.