The Great Hill Stations of Asia
Barbara Crossette discussed her book, The Great Hill Stations of Asia, published by Westview Press. Throughout Asia, colonialists built “hill stations” as retreats from the unfamiliar and perhaps unhealthy regions they governed. These stations were constructed to look like “home.” They have now been inherited by others, as well as discovered by tourists. close
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Barbara Crossette Correspondent New York Times->State Department
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