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by Hugh Tinker,Caroline Courtauld

eBook In search of Burma download ISBN: 9622170153
Author: Hugh Tinker,Caroline Courtauld
Publisher: Shangri-la Press (January 1, 1984)
Language: English
Pages: 112
ePub: 1322 kb
Fb2: 1927 kb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: mbr txt lrf lrf
Category: Traveling
Subcategory: Asia

ISBN13:9789622170155. Release Date:January 1984.

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Caroline Courtauld is a writer-photographer and a film-maker specialising in Burmese and Chinese history. Together with May Holdsworth, she wrote The Hong Kong Story, covering the history of the former colony, and The Forbidden City. A resident of Hong Kong and Essex, England, Courtauld is former chairman of the Keswick Foundation

The Tinkers' Court, also called high tinker's court, is a room within Gnomeregan, located beyond the Dark Iron-filled tunnels leading from the Launch Bay's and Engineering Labs' lower levels.

The Tinkers' Court, also called high tinker's court, is a room within Gnomeregan, located beyond the Dark Iron-filled tunnels leading from the Launch Bay's and Engineering Labs' lower levels. A resident of Hong Kong and Essex, England, Courtauld is former chairman of the Keswick Foundation

Together with May Holdsworth, she wrote The Hong Kong Story, covering the history of the former colony, and The Forbidden City. A resident of Hong Kong and Essex, England, Courtauld is former chairman of the Keswick Foundation.

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