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Flat White

Trapped in the People’s Republic of Wikipedia

30 March 2021

4:00 AM

30 March 2021

4:00 AM

I’m starting to learn what it might be like to live in China but fortunately my experience is actually pretty benign.  I’m in a sort of virtual China, where my physical, mental and material well-being are preserved but my intellectual life, or part thereof, is severely constrained. 

Let me explain.  I am the author of Bitter Harvest – the illusion of Aboriginal agriculture in Bruce Pascoe’s Dark Emu.

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