The Slaves of the Cool Mountains: Travels Among the Head-hunters and Slave-owners in South-west China

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Serif, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 211 pages
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Beijing, 1956: foreign correspondent Alan Winnington heard reports of slaves being freed in the mountains of south-west China. The following year he travelled to Yunnan province and spent several months with the head-hunting Wa and the slave-owning Norsu and Jingpaw. From that journey was born The Slaves of the Cool Mountains.

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