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Bookstore opens new page on island heritage

China Daily | Updated: 2017-07-17 07:30

Su Xiaodong calls his bookstore on Gulangyu Island a kind of wormhole.

"A wormhole connects different times and spaces. That's exactly what I want to do: Connect the island with its beautiful past," said Su, from the city of Xiamen, in Fujian province.

Su, 47, traveled to many countries before he decided to set up the bookstore last summer. "The history and culture here is very distinct," he said.

Bookstore opens new page on island heritage

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