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Public Address 08/06/05 - Banana Battle

PUBLIC ADDRESS 08/06/05 - Banana Battle

Banana Battle II: the fruit flies | Jun 08, 2005 22:24
Living the invasion with Tze Ming Mok

'Whither the New Zealand Chinese community?' people were asking. 'How oh how shall we navigate the perilous and two-faced seas of political identity?' But the most important question was ultimately this: 'Where are all the hot Chinese guys at?'...
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Battling On | Jun 07, 2005 11:38
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

If there's one thing flatting is bound to accentuate it is the potential for battles to escalate out of control and become all-encompassing wars. The perennial up-down conversation regarding 'the seat' being a pertinent example...
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