I did a radio interview recently on Autoradio, a program hosted by Tomy. It was mostly done in Chinese but felt like the old days of when I was on China Radio International. The program went to about 20 cities and Tomy was cool; made it easy to chillax and talk about my Chinese autobiography, [...]
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Well, it’s hard to find my book in stores because it seems that distribution will be a bit slow. But, it is available online and they often deliver the same day! In China, in Chinese, online on dangdang.com or Amazon:” 三毛的回声——一个美国 DJ 在中国 by
李柯” and online ebook, outside China, in English: “Radio ChopstiX from an [...]
I am informed that the book can now be purchased on dangdang.com Perhaps you can’t see the cover on the site, but they will sell the book…This is good news for those who live anywhere in China! And there will be more places coming up…hope to do a book tour and go to many places… [...]
January 13, 2012- Thanks to all who were at Page One bookstore in China World for the book signing of my autobiography in Chinese, “三毛的回声——一个美国 DJ 在中国 Echoes of Sanmao from an American DJ in China”
Special thanks to Yuan Yuan, my last co-host on Joy FM who was there to do the interview; my publishers, [...]
Well, Welcome to 2012! Jan 13th, 7-9 pm, at Page One in China World Mall 3 (just below the movie theater,) I will do a book signing for my new book, 三毛的回声——一个美国 DJ 在中国, Echoes of Sanmao from an American DJ in China. My memoir contains a chapter about my relationship with San Mao. Hope [...]
Has it been a month since the last update?
Sorry, a lot has been happening…Had friends in town recently. Always good to see old friends, especially when they come to visit Beijing. It was one after another.
Just after Thanksgiving, I was in a taxi. A car cut in front from a side street and the taxi [...]
In 1993, I was living in Hong Kong and Michael Jackson was scheduled to perform there. However, that concert was cancelled for some reason and Pepsi had promoted a contest to win tickets to MJ in HK. So Pepsi, very respectably, decided to fly the winners to Taipei. I think there were about 150 people. [...]
A few days ago, a friend of mine who works for a satellite radio operation in the US asked me how the satellite radio project that he knew I had worked for was progressing in China? I had to tell him that I have no idea at this point…I have not worked there for 2 [...]
spent the past week in Hong Kong (for residence renewal) and then Macau to catch up with old friends and see the “New Macau”…fun…then came to Thailand a few days ago…sitting in internet cafe right now and ready to go out and explore the sights here…in Bangkok with my brother…had coffee with a guy I [...]