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Yue guo bian jing : cong man huang dao da yang = Cross the border : from desert to ocean / [Li Yuhong zhu]
越過邊境 : 從蠻荒到大洋 = Cross the border : from desert to ocean / [李昱宏著]
Bib ID 6099944
Format BookBook
Author
Li, Yuhong, 1971-
李昱宏, 1971-
 
Edition Chu ban. 
初版. 
Description Taibei Shi : Jia he wen hua xing xiao you xian gong si, 2011 
台北市 : 佳赫文化行銷有限公司, 2011 
223 p. : col. ill. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9789866271397
9866271390
Series

Lü you guan ; 002.

旅遊館 ; 002.

Subjects Li, Yuhong, 1971- -- Travel -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Description and travel.  |  Australian
李昱宏, 1971- -- Travel -- Australia.
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Cross the border : from desert to ocean.

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