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Let's All Shut Up And Make Money!: Hong Kong's Last 100 Days As A British Colony (Cartoon History)

The 1997 Hong Kong handover was no laughing matter...or maybe it was!Read the cartoons that chronicled the End of Empire, in this special 20th anniversary edition.In March 1997 controversial, award-winning cartoonist Larry Feign was commissioned by a British newspaper to chronicle an unprecedented moment in history—The Reunification of China! The End of the British Empire!—and all the rumors, wors...

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Print Length: 118 pages
Publisher: Top Floor Books (October 9, 2013)
Publication Date: October 9, 2013
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Language: English
ASIN: B00FRD9K1U
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“This is a wonderful, wry, trenchant view of the handover of Hong Kong to the Beijing government, as seen from the inside. Feign is one of the most talented cartoonists working today, with both political and "family humor" chops. Not to be missed....”

-case scenarios and unforgettable events:Pre-handover supermarket specialsLast-minute pregnancies before the one-child policy kicked inThe greatest onslaught of tacky souvenirs in historyThe invasion of the foreign journalistsBritain finally lifts a finger for Hong KongThis book contains the entire series, plus cartoons from Time, Geo Magazine, and several previously unpublished cartoons, as well as A Politically Incorrect View of the Handover. You'll laugh almost as loud as Chinese leaders laugh at Hong Kong people's calls for democracy.Click "Look Inside" to read the first chapter and cartoons!"Feign has a piercing sense of irony and is laugh-out-loud funny."Nury Vittachi, Far Eastern Economic Review"Gratuitous cracks at po faced pontifications on the territory."Geremie Barme, The Australian"I was furious!"Allen Lee, HK politician,commenting on Feign's cartoons in The Last Governor by Jonathan Dimbleby