What do you do in the swinging ’60s when you’ve got a great job as a reporter and the car to match – a Sunbeam Alpine – but have lost your love? Bestselling author Hugh Lunn solves the problem of heartbreak by blundering into Red China on the eve of the Cultural Revolution. Armed only with a copy of Banjo Patterson ballads, and an artificial sheepskin coat, he left behind the neon night life of Hong Kong and soon learnt that life is not all cricket and cheongsams. And fell in love again.