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Zai you Xinjiang / Xia Jie zhu
再遊新疆 / 夏婕著
Bib ID 1522640
Format BookBook
Author
Xia, Jie
夏婕
 
Description Xianggang : Bo yi chu ban ji tuan : Fa xing Xiao tai yang you xian gong si, 1985 
香港 : 博益出版集團 : 發行小太陽有限公司, 1985 
217 pages, [19] p. of plates : ill., map ; 17 cm. 
Series

Xia, Jie. Sai wai yun ying ; 3.

夏婕. 塞外雲影 ; 3.

Subjects Xia, Jie -- Travel -- China -- Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu.  |  Authors, Chinese -- 20th century -- Biography.  |  Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu (China) -- Description and travel.
夏婕 -- Travel -- China -- Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu.
Other authors/contributors Xia, Jie
夏婕

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