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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Han, Suyin, 1917-
Tigers and butterflies.
London : Earthscan, 1990
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Suyin Han; Aamer Hussein
|Language Note:||Translation of the Chinese.|
|Description:||247 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction by Aamer Hussein; social changes in Asia; tigers and butterflies; the Aborigines; picnic in Malaya; relations between east and west; why Cambodia rejected aid; the rich vs the poor (a new attitude); the troubles miscalled racial; a tale of peacocks; America, America; computers and horoscopes; the neighbourhood scene; come laugh with me; the fruit of their loins; looking for a platypus and meeting the Australians; Algeria - profile of a nation; Kabylin - villages on the crests; water too pure; population growth and birth control in China; how China tackles cancer; Mao Tsetung, Chou Enlai and the Chinese people; China's new hundred flowers; looking forward; a personal memory of Zhou Enlai; land and water in China; two weeks in Beijing.|
|Responsibility:||Han Suyin ; edited and with an introduction by Aamer Hussein.|