As it turns out, I have two books I'm working on right now.
I am in the filling notebooks stage with baffling, illegible crud stage hoping to turn up some leads, x 2 projects.
One of the projects is developing a crude quantitative model for "bothness" and using it to compare two pairings of Chinese and Western concepts.
The other project is "The 13 Principles of Ouhua," which if my first book was about creating a starting point for conversation, and basically getting mired into some (as feedback suggests) not that interesting groundwork as to what is Chinese and what is Western, this one is all about advancing the puck up the ice. I reckon I could do this one in a much more fast-paced style, and though I am talking specifically to Chinese-Western mixed people, actually produce a book that might inadvertently have greater crossover appeal.
Let me know what you think!