Présentation de l'éditeur
Living in a small village in the mountain's foothills, the author explored this little-known part of China over several years, and uncovered some of its historical and spiritual heritage as well as its ties to her own spiritual master, Osho. She learned about the local customs and traditions, and shared the turmoil and joy of daily life in the village. She encountered Qigung and Kungfu masters, students and seekers who had never met a westerner before, and felt the heartbreak many travellers will recognise as modern China inevitably clashes with its ancient heritage. In 2010, the mountain and the religious and historical monuments connected to it, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
'A Mountain in China' is a story of a love affair with a mountain − an intimate and sometimes hilarious glimpse into the inner world of a seeker who has been on the path of Zen for more than forty years.