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2. MA XIAOXI The Descendants of Mongolian general Matutaer in Jingshan, Henan Province
3. TOMMASO PREVIATO The Salars of Xunhua: a Muslim enclave in the heart of China
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8. ZHANG ZHIYAN Emotion qing in Early Modern England and Late Imperial China, With a Focus on Emotion in Shakespeare's Plays and Ming-Qing Literature
9. ZHU QIUJUAN An Analysis of the Emotional Friendship Poems in Ming-Qing China

ALESSANDRA CAPPELLETTI Menggu Shanshui Ditu. "On the Silk Road from Jiayuguan to Mecca from a camelback perspective"

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Textual Analysis and Glossary of Liaozhai Zhiyi 3 and Zibuyu 1