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Chūgoku erīto gakusei no Nihon-kan : hikaku no shishin / Hirakawa Sukehiro
中国エリ一ト学生の日本観 : 比較の指針 / 平川祐弘
Bib ID 325283
Format BookBook
Author
Hirakawa, Sukehiro, 1931-
平川祐弘, 1931-
 
Description Tōkyō : Bungei Shunjū, 1997 
東京 : 文藝春秋, 1997 
254 p. ; 20 cm. 
ISBN 4163528504
Notes

List of the author's works: p. 252-254.

Subjects Public opinion -- China.  |  College students -- China -- Attitudes.  |  Japan -- Civilization -- 1945- -- Foreign public opinion, Chinese.

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