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Kowloon, HK: Xingdao chubanshe, 1989. 143p., very good hardcover, 8.5x11.5 inches, third printing. Thoroughly illustrated with color photos of the student movement in Beijing centered around Tiananmen Square, with a small selection of photos at the end showing corpses and chaos after the government crackdown.
Hong Kong: Hai bin tu shu gong si, 1963-1970. Ten issues of the women's magazine, generally very good condition. Coverage of celebrities, fashion, home decor, arts, current events, etc. Text mostly in Chinese, despite the English title on the spine. Issues present are numbers 41, 43, 67, 156, 160, 170, 171, 175, 194, 198.
Hong Kong: Guo ji hua bao she, 1967-1976. Nineteen issues of the magazine, 10.5x14.5 inches, some issues with bumped corners or edgewear, generally very good. Numbers present are 31, 38, 41-43, 45, 49, 61, 63, 64, 68, 71-73, 90, 98, 109, 115, 116, and 126. Variety magazine featuring entertainment, world affairs, culture, etc. Text in Chinese and English.
Hong Kong: Kong Xue Chubanshe, 1955. 12p., wraps, pages evenly toned except for back cover, which has uneven toning and some foxing. Not found in OCLC as of March 2016. Second issue of the Confucian bulletin, with articles on recent events in revolutionary China (including the status of traditional Chinese...
Hong Kong: the Agency, [1987-?]. 8.5x13 inch introduction to the agency, printed both sides, text in Chinese except for title and professional affiliations; fold-creased. Undated, but includes citations of Chinese-American press coverage from 1986 and 1987. Notes that Lau Big-Sang, the head of the Agency, holds "Honorary citizenship of State...
Kobe, Japan: Section for International Correspondence of CIRA-Nippon, 1975. 51p., lightly worn wraps; English-language Japanese anarchist journal, 6x8.5 inches. Articles, many of them rather well-researched, on the history of anarchism in Japan and Korea, with some treatment of contemporary issues. Includes a six-page article on the 70s Front in Hong Kong.
n.p. . 47p., slender paperback booklet, very good. Minor foxing to spine. Collection of brief essays and articles about the famous actress who had just committed suicide. Text in Chinese; some illustrations in black and white. OCLC lists an unpaginated Singapore edition with this title by Cheng Siyuan, but this...