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Thomas Bird

Thomas Bird is a Beijing-based writer. He has contributed to several guidebooks, including The Rough Guide To China. His writing has been printed in a host of publications, including SCMP, Geographical Magazine, and the Guardian. He likes train travel, craft beer, and the teachings of Zhuangzi.

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