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Odyssey, 2002 - Travel - 256 pages
Guizhou, isolated from the rest of the world for centuries by its mountainous terrain, remains one of China's most isolated and unspoiled provinces. Its beckoning treasures include Asia's biggest waterfall, China's largest limestone cave, areas of pri

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About the author (2002)

Gina Corrigan was born and educated in the UK and holds a B.Sc. in Geography from London University and a Masters of Education from Nottingham University. She is co-author of a geography textbook on China (Heinenabb Educational Press, 1982), to which she is a frequent visitor, and has co-produced over 20 educational filmstrips on China and Europe for Gateway Audio Visual Publications with her husband Peter. Her photographs of China--which have earned her a fellowship of the Royal Photographic Society--are published in a wide range of books and articles. She is an avid collector of textiles and costumes from southwest China; her collection of over 50 Miao costumes for festival and everyday use has been acquired by the British Museum, along with extensive documentation and a large number of her photographs. She launched her specialist tour and travel business, Occidor Adventure Tours, in 1980.

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