Series: Berichte des Ludwig Boltzmann Institutes für China- und Südostasienforschung

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Der Zauber des bunten Schattens : chinesisches Schattenspiel einst und jetzt by Gerd Kaminski26
Aodili : Österreich-China, Geschichte einer 300jährigen Beziehung by Gerd Kaminski32
Verheiratet mit China : die unglaubliche Geschichte einer Österreicherin in China by Gerd Kaminski33
Drache Majestät oder Monster by Gerd Kaminski37
Der Boxeraufstand - entlarvter Mythos by Gerd Kaminski38
Der Blick durch die Drachenhaut: Friedrich Schiff - Maler dreier Kontinente by Gerd Kaminski41
Hilf Himmel! : Götter und Heilige in China und Europa by Franz J. Grieshofer42

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