Imagine this.You’ve just finished a long, hard day at the office. You finally get home and settled on the couch before ripping into a book that’s all about dramas and politics of the office you just left.
Sounds like a nightmare, right? But these aptly titled “workplace novels” are hot literary property in China where cutthroat competition in the business world has made everyone desperate for any inside knowledge they can get their hands on.
Lu Qi, usually a martial arts novelist, has just sold one million copies of his book, Hidden in the Office, which contains 23 rules for getting ahead in the workplace.
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