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Nine short stories that tell the political and social history of Taiwan: Japanese colonization, events of February 28, 1947, white terror, lifting of martial law, democratization of Taiwan; aboriginal movements, workers, feminists, LGBT, students, environmentalists ...

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South Korea, April 16th, 2014; the sinking of the Sewol claimed 304 lives, most of them teenagers on a school excursion. Huge scandal that highlights multiple shortcomings, especially in the organization of rescue.

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An old woman did everything to forget the traumatic memories of the Chinese agrarian reform of the 1950s. Her son tries to rebuild this memory and discovers the deadly effects of this recent past.

Based on a communicative approach. Understanding of the language through grammar and vocabulary lessons and oral practice. Plus a progressive study of Chinese characters.

At the end of the study of this work (and of the preceding volume), learners will know about 1,000 usual characters and 2,000 common words as well as the basic grammar of modern Chinese (level B1 of the CEFR).

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A host of unusual beings, sirens, fauns, androids, insect eaters, intergalactic investigators, roam the pages of these short stories.

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Published on August 19th, 2020

Pashto is the language of Pashtuns, they are more than 50 million worldwide. In French-speaking countries, the study of pashto has not been limited to academic circles for several decades and many journalists, students, aid workers and government agents have started to learn it. In addition, there are more a...

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