AAS 2019 Denver Highlights

Visit the Cambria booth (403).
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AAS 2019 Denver

Come to the Cambria Press booth (403), which will be located near the exhibit-hall entrance, to browse our books and chat with an editor and learn about some frequently asked questions on topics such as the inclusion of Chinese, Korean, and Japanese characters and color illustrations in our books.

This year we are proud to partner with the AAS in their scavenger hunt; please come to the Cambria booth to scan the QR code to unlock the question and answer it to earn points toward your chance to win a free registration and 3-night stay at the AAS 2020 conference in Boston!

You will also have a chance to win a free Cambria book of your choice, including two of our newest books The Poetics and Politics of Sensuality in China by Xiaorong Li and Insects in Chinese Literature by Wilt Idema, which are being released at the AAS conference. See our ad on page 129 in the AAS conference program.

NEW! The Poetics and Politics of Sensuality in China by Xiaorong Li

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NEW! Insects in Chinese Literature 
by Wilt Idema

Wilt Idema

If you’re not headed to the AAS, you and your library can still enjoy a 30% discount on all hardcover titles. Please use coupon code AAS2019 upon checkout. This special discount ends on April 30, 2019. Please forward this e-mail to your librarian so that they can use this discount.

Download our Asian studies catalog here for select titles in Asian studies. Please be sure to see page 2 for the FAQs, especially on how to get affordable—even free—digital versions of our books for classroom use. Visit www.cambriapress.com for the full list of our titles.

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