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Book Title: Finding Compassion in China: A Bicycle Journey Into the Countryside|
The author of the book: Cindie Cohagan Travis
Edition: Drifting Sands Press
Date of issue: June 26th 2012
Format files: PDF
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ISBN 13: 9780985009656
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Discovering a largely forbidden country, Cindie Cohagan cycled across China's most arduous landscapes including daring ascents over some of the highest Himalayan passes in the world. Her journey is not only a stunning physical adventure, but also a mental and spiritual quest that leaves her questioning her seven year marriage and pushes her towards and eventual conversion to Buddhism.
Cindie's honest portrayal of the strangers she meets in this foreign land touch the heart as much as her lonely struggle to connect with her increasingly distant husband and travel-mate. Finding Compassion in China speaks of fragile yet beautiful encounters with a country and its people: from angry authorities, to enthusiastic prostitutes to simple families who offer shelter when needed. It is an honest tale talking about the profound intricacies of the universal human heart.
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Read information about the authorCindie Cohagan is a woman of many passions. After studying geology at school, she eventually went on to do high-level consulting work. When the opportunity to cycle the world presented itself, Cindie responded with enthusiasm and left her successful career to travel 23 countries.
With Finding Compassion in China, Cindie is branching out on her own, exploring new found passions. She currently resides in Dharamsala, India where she juggles her own writing, her budding publishing company, her Buddhist philosophy studies, and her renewed interest in geology by testing water quality for Tibetan Settlements in the Himalayan foothills.