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China avant-garde

@inproceedings{Pohlmann1993ChinaA,
  title={China avant-garde},
  author={Wolfger Pohlmann and Jochen Noth and Hans P. van Dijk and Liu Xianting and Lan Shaojun and Pi Daojian and Zheng Shengtian and Liu Weijian and Hsien-Chen Chang and Michael Kahn-Ackerman and Sabine Peschel and Yan Li and Antje Budde and Meng Jinghui and Barbara Mittler and Li Heping and Ulrike Stobbe and Andrea Kunz and Isabel Pohlmann},
  year={1993}
}
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