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Mu ji Aodaliya / Ye Yonglie zhu
目击澳大利亚 / 叶永烈著
Bib ID 6385438
Format BookBook [text, still image, volume]
Author
Ye, Yonglie, author
叶永烈, author
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Shanghai Shi : Shanghai jiao tong da xue chu ban she, 2013 
上海市 : 上海交通大學出版社, 2013 
220 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 9787313100313
7313100310
Series

Ye, Yonglie. "Ye Yonglie kan shi jie" xi lie.

叶永烈. "叶永烈看世界" 系列.

Notes

Text in simplified Chinese script.

Subjects Ye, Yonglie -- Travel -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Description and travel.  |  Australian
叶永烈 -- Travel -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Ye, Yonglie
叶永烈

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