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An illustrated cycle of Chinese festivities in Malaysia and Singapore / C.S. Wong ; photographs by Ronni Pinsler
Bib ID 229750
Format BookBook
Author
Wong, C. S. (Choon-san), 1906-1966
 
Description Singapore : Jack Chia-MPH, 1987 
237 p. : col. ill. ; 29 cm. 
ISBN 9971732246
Notes

Includes some terms in Chinese.

Originally published as: A cycle of Chinese festivities. 1967.

Bibliography: p. 215-222.

Subjects Festivals -- Singapore.  |  Festivals -- Malaysia.
Other authors/contributors Pinsler, Ronni
Also Titled

Chinese festivities

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