A Diplomat's Diary, 1947-99: China, India, and USA, the Tantalising Triangle
In these stories young readers meets children whose lives are disrupted by disasters, whether man-made or natural. They will discover how tolerance, ingenuity and generosity can bring people together and build a foundation for mutual help and understanding.
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