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Shenzhen de dan shen nü zi qun luo / Chen Hao zhu
深圳的单身女子群落 / 陈皓著
Bib ID 4391246
Format BookBook
Author
Chen, Hao
陈皓
 
Edition Di 1 ban. 
第1版. 
Description Shenzhen Shi : Hai tian chu ban she, 2006 
深圳市 : 海天出版社, 2006 
225 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 9787806978191
7806978194
Series

Shenzhen xun meng cong shu.

深圳寻梦丛书.

Subjects Shenzhen Shi (China) -- Social conditions.  |  Shenzhen Shi (China) -- In literature.
深圳市(China) -- Social conditions.  |  深圳市(China) -- In literature.

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