Division to Unification in Imperial China (vol. 2): The Three Kingdoms to the Tang Dynasty (220–907)

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Division to Unification in Imperial China (vol. 2): The Three Kingdoms to the Tang Dynasty (220–907)


A fun way to learn about China in a visual, informative comic-style history.

Who founded China? Are Chinese people religious? What is Chinese culture and how has it changed over time? The Understanding China Through Comics series answers these questions and more.

Division to Unification in Imperial China is series volume two. It explores one of China's more chaotic periods when Chinese culture flourished while civil wars and foreign invasions repeatedly thwarted attempts at unification.

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“Great way to learn about China’s vast history!”—Amy Tan

“Since the 1990s, Liu Jing has been entertaining and informing foreigners about China with his cartoons. His new series of comic books is a fun, easy, accessible way to gain a basic understanding of Chinese history and culture.”—Danwei.com

“It is certainly a fascinating look at Chinese history, and doing it in comics made it more accessible to people, especially for the Western world.”—ABC Radio Australia


Jing Liu is an artist and entrepreneur from Beijing, China. He is currently the Managing Director of Moli Design, a China-based design firm that counts the BBC, The Ford Foundation, and UNICEF among its many clients. Liu graduated from Beijing University of Technology with undergraduate degrees in industrial design and engineering, and a masters in international economics and trade. Jing currently uses his artistry to tell the story of China. 


Pub. Date: November 2016
No. Pages: 168
Dimensions: 6 x 8
Format: Paperback & Digital
Price: $14.95 USD
ISBN: 9781611720303