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  • The Fifth Modernization LINDA JAIVIN, Linda Jaivin is co-editor with Geremie Barme of "New Ghosts, Old Dreams: Chinese Rebel Voices." Her biography of Hou Dejian, a pop star who negotiated with the troops for the students to be able to leave Tiananmen Square in the early hours of June 4, 1989, "The Monkey and the Dragon," will be published in Australia later this year

  • First Fiction MARK ROZZO

  • An Abundance of Grey Ogaga Ifowodo

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • 'Thank You, Warden!' BEI LING, Bei Ling, a poet, is the founder and editor of Tendency. His essay was translated from the Chinese by Denis Mair

  • February 18, 2001

  • Future Shock DAVID LAUTER, David Lauter is a senior editor on The Times' Metro desk

  • Inside Out JIM MANN, Jim Mann was Beijing bureau chief for The Times from 1984 to 1987 and is the author of "About Face: A History of America's Curious Relationship With China From Nixon to Clinton." He writes the International Outlook column for The Times

  • Crouching Tigers, Hidden Dragons VALERIE MINER, Valerie Miner is the author, most recently, of "The Low Road," her 10th book, which will be published next fall. She is a professor of English at the University of Minnesota

  • The Tongue Set Free NESSA RAPOPORT, Nessa Rapoport is the editor, with Ted Solotaroff, of "The Schocken Book of Contemporary Jewish Fiction." She is the author of a novel, "Preparing for Sabbath," and is writing a memoir of family and place, "House on the River."

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