In the May 2007 issue of the American Library Association’s Choice magazine, the premier source for reviews of academic books of interest to those in higher education, three recently published University of Hawai‘i Press titles are included in a list of “most significant university press titles for undergraduates”:
Displacing Desire: Travel and Popular Culture in China, by Beth E. Notar (now available in paperback)
Japanese Popular Prints: From Votive Slips to Playing Cards, by Rebecca Salter
Sherlock in Shanghai: Stories of Crime and Detection by Cheng Xiaoqing, translated by Timothy C. Wong
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