"'This valuable study will be required reading for scholars of Chinese religion, and makes a valuable contribution to the anthropology of religion.' Joseph Bosco, in East Asia, 2004) 'Offers significant insights into the working of diverse coexisting traditions... [and will] undoubtedly remain an important work in the studies of contemporary China's transformation as well as postcolonial cultural development.' (Yinong Xu, in China Review International, 2004)" --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.
Ole Bruun is Associate Professor at Roskilde University's Institute for Society and Globalization. Besides working on fengshui and Asian perceptions of nature in general, he is a leading scholar on Mongolian studies. His edited volume, Mongols From Country to City, was published by NIAS Press in 2006. --This text refers to an alternate Hardcover edition.