Ross Terrill

Ross Terrill, born in Australia, came to Harvard University as a graduate student, and taught there as associate professor. China became his topic after he visited Beijing as early as 1964. Later, during Nixon’s summit with Mao and afterwards, he advised successive American and Australian governments on China policy. Both a United States and Australian citizen, he lives in Boston among his books, music, and loved ones, and travels the world twice a year.

The Life of Mao

"Indispensable to understanding the inseparable relationship between Mao and eve... Details
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The Life of Madame Mao

A peculiar facet of China's history is that its greatest villains have often bee... Details
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Where Goes China?

No one wishes for China to collapse, writes New York Times bestselling author an... Details
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