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Jonathan Campbell moved to Beijing in 2000 to study Chinese and “figure out what to do with” the Master’s Degree in International Studies he received from the University of Washington. Almost immediately, he was thrust into China’s fledgling rock music scene, first as a drummer, and later as a writer, promoter and agent. Red Rock: The Long, Strang March of Chinese Rock & Roll is his first book. Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom calls it “a rollicking account of how a global genre was transformed as it sank down roots in a very special setting.”