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Chi dao shi kan
赤道詩刋
Bib ID 5598877
Format JournalJournal
Description Xinjiapo : Chi dao shi han she, 1971- 
新加坡 : 赤道詩刋社, 1971- 
v. ill. 27 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Donation by Dr Sally Borthwick about school education in Singapore region.

Life Dates 1971, 1 (Mar. 1971)- 
Frequency Bimonthly 
Subjects Chinese poetry -- Periodicals.  |  Chinese periodicals -- Singapore.  |  Poetry -- Periodicals.

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    Call Number: OCS 4915.535 1304F
    Status: Available
    Items/Issues Held: no. 1 (1971:Mar.)
    no. 3-4 (1971:Jul. - 1971:Oct.)

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