Institute of Chinese Studies visiting professor lecture series. [Zhongguo wen hua yan jiu suo fang wen jiao shou jiang zuo xi lie. 2]

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Published by Xianggang Zhong wen da xue Zhongguo wen hua yan jiu suo in Hong Kong .

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  • China -- Civilization,
  • China -- History

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Other titlesZhongguo wen hua yan jiu suo fang wen jiao shou jiang zuo xi lie. 2, Journal of Chinese studies special issue
ContributionsChinese University of Hong Kong. Institute of Chinese Studies.
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LC ClassificationsDS721 .I632 2009
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Paginationvii, 204 p. ;
Number of Pages204
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Open LibraryOL24027113M
ISBN 109789626335031
LC Control Number2009506244

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