Rice Wine and Dancing Girls
Rice Wine & Dancing Girls is an engaging memoir of the unpredictable (and at times hazardous) life of the late Wong Kee Hung, an itinerant cinema manager swept up in the postwar cinema industry boom of 1950s Malaysia and Singapore.
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