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From Urban Enclave to Ethnic Suburb: New Asian Communities in Pacific Rim Countries by Wei Li

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Author
Wei Li
Publisher
University of Hawaii Press
Date of release
Pages
278
ISBN
9780824829117
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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