Part 2: Planes, Trains and Automobiles

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This is part two of a mini-series. Click here for part 1: All Aboard the Juche Express

In a second hand bookshop sometime in the 1990s, I happened upon an old copy of the Golden Guide to South East Asia, published by the Far Eastern Economic Review. Even then the book would have been

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