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Chung Wah magazine = Zhonghua hui kan
Bib ID 5740795
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description [Perth, W.A.] : Chung Wah Association, 2011- 
v. : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Cover title.

Also available in an electronic version via the Internet. Address as at 31/10/2011: http://www.chungwah.org.au/media.html.

Text in English and Chinese.

Life Dates Issue no. 1 (July 2011)- 
Former Title

Chung Wah news

Frequency Bimonthly 
Subjects Chinese -- Western Australia -- Perth -- Societies, etc. -- Periodicals.  |  Western Australia -- Social and customs -- Periodicals.  |  Australia
Other authors/contributors Chung Wah Association (Perth, W.A.)
Also Titled

Zhonghua hui kan

中華会刊.

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Call Number: Nq 305.89510941 CHU
Status: Available
Recent Items/issues Held: issue 24 (2015 July)
issue 22 (2015 Jan.)
issue 20 (2014 Sept.)
issue 19 (2014 July)
Items/Issues Held: issue 1-18 (2011:July - 2014:May)
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