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By Brian McGackin | May 27, 2009
In the book, “Invisible China: A Journey Through Ethnic Borderlands,” former Glendale resident Colin Legerton and Jacob Rawson turn a trip to the rural edges of the world’s most populous nation — to study ethnic minority linguistics of all things — into a fun experience for themselves and the reader. The book begins and ends with short, informative essays on the People’s Republic of China and its history of assimilating the 56 classified ethnic groups within its borders.
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By Brian McGackin | May 27, 2009
In the book, “Invisible China: A Journey Through Ethnic Borderlands,” former Glendale resident Colin Legerton and Jacob Rawson turn a trip to the rural edges of the world’s most populous nation — to study ethnic minority linguistics of all things — into a fun experience for themselves and the reader. The book begins and ends with short, informative essays on the People’s Republic of China and its history of assimilating the 56 classified ethnic groups within its borders.
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