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Cousin Felix meets the Buddha and other encounters in China and Tibet
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|Statement||Lincoln Kaye ; illustrated by Mei-lang Hsu.|
|LC Classifications||DS712 .K39 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 394 p. :|
|Number of Pages||394|
|LC Control Number||2002022967|
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A popular practice of foreign correspondents upon finishing a tour is to write a book analyzing the big-picture developments in the country they are leaving.
At the end of his China assignment for the Far Eastern Economic Review, Kaye went against that tradition by focusing instead on the personal and private encounters he and his Taiwanese wife had with an extraordinary cast of interesting Author: Lucian W. Pye. COUSIN FELIX MEETS THE BUDDHA: And Other Encounters in China and Tibet Lincoln Kaye, Author, Hsu Mei-Lang, Illustrator, illus.
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