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Author : Pascal SERRE

Spring was strangely and scandalously rainy. In Geneva, such weather had not been seen since 1887. It was just spring and we still thought we were at the beginning of winter. Victor, a psychiatrist in a small French town, was going through the crisis of his fifties and escaped to a symposium on the excesses of psychiatric medicine in China. Leaving these long meetings on the future of the world he had come up against a group of Chinese demonstrators who blocked the exit of the parking lot of the Palais des Nations and that the police were trying to dislodge.

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That's when, like a dream, Jile Yin's smile surprised him. Victor's mind was guided by passion, the one that makes each love encounter unique, sublimated by the river of the desire to escape time, oneself, and the world. Born after the events of T'ien Anmen Square, Jile Yin wanted to be a compass of freedom and kept its mysteries without offending those of Victor. Between Old Europe and Young Asia was to be woven an improbable history. She, a practitioner of Falun Gong, a dissident movement in the Beijing regime and he, a Freemason in escheat. Discovering the Four Tools of the Chinese Scholar, two unfathomable and indomitable destinies that would seek in their differences the reasons to love each other. Born in 1957, laureate of the Fondation de l'Avenir du Péri-gord, Pascal Serre is a member of the Académie des Lettres et des Arts du Périgord. He was a journalist, press owner and communicator before devoting himself to writing and travelling while providing communication advice for politicians and public authorities.

Born in 1957, winner of the Fondation de l'Avenir du Périgord, Pascal Serre is a member of the Académie des Lettres et des Arts du Périgord. He was a journalist, press owner and communicator before devoting himself to writing and travelling while providing communication advice for politicians and public authorities.

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Author
Pascal Serre
Format
15 x 21 cm
ISBN
979-10-92474-19-0
Number of pages
128 pages