Biography

Nicholas Griffin

Nicholas Griffin is a journalist and author of four novels one work of nonfiction. His writing has appeared in The Times (UK), The Financial Times, Foreign Policy, and other publications on topics as disparate as sports and politics, piracy, filmmaking in the Middle East, and the natural sciences. Griffin has written for film and is a Term Member at the Council on Foreign Relations. He lives in New York City with his wife and two children.

Nicholas Griffin

Books by Nicholas Griffin

by Nicholas Griffin - History, Nonfiction, Sports

Nicholas Griffin tells the strange and tragic story of how the game of Ping-Pong was manipulated at the highest levels; how the Chinese government helped cover up the death of 36 million peasants by holding the World Table Tennis Championships during the Great Famine; how championship players were driven to their deaths during the Cultural Revolution; and, finally, how the survivors were reconvened in 1971 and ordered to reach out to their American counterparts.