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Hong Kong: Chang feng chu ban she, 1956. [48p.], staplebound magazine-format brochure, black and white illustrateions on the interior. Apparently a program for a performance, with a cast list on the rear cover. Includes introductions to various forms of song, dance, and acrobatics. Text is almost entirely in Chinese.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1981. Paperback. x, 293p., later printing, softbound in 9x6 inch glossy bronze wraps, slightest edgewear to covers, a sound, clean, unmarked copy. Chapter titles betray an agenda: The Grail of Equality. Class on the Brain. Western Guilt and Third World Poverty. Broadcasting the Liberal Death Wish.....
Tianjin: Tianjin guji chubanshe, 2008. Four volumes, all very good in wraps, text in Chinese. Extensive and detailed journal of Bian, the first Chinese student to attend Brown University and later the manager of the Tianjin branch of the Bank of China, whose career there is discussed in Brett Sheehan's.....
[San Francisco-?]: Yan yun lou, 1969. [19p.], wraps bound with pink ribbon, illustrated in black and white. Text in English and Chinese, with some messages of endorsement in Chinese only. Inscribed by the artist in Chinese to a San Francisco resident. Booklet for the artist's San Francisco show, with a......
Hong Kong: 1964-1966. Eighteen issues of the staplebound journal, several issues with moderately worn covers, otherwise very good. Issues present are vol. 2 nos. 2, 5, 8, 9, 11-15 and vol. 3 nos. 1-8 and 10. An ostensibly nonpartisan digest of international political reportage, including reprints from such newspapers as.....
Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1998. Reprint of the Australian first issue: 344p., double-column text incorporating numerous b&w vignettes, a substantial color section, hardbound in 10.5x9 inch skyblue boards gilt and dust jacket. An unmolested copy, entirely sound, clean and unmarked.