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“Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border

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“Where is your other half?” : A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. / Acharya, Karthik; Wu, Yiying.

2020. Paper præsenteret ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien.

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Harvard

Acharya, K & Wu, Y 2020, '“Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border', Paper fremlagt ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien, 11/08/2020 - 14/08/2020.

APA

Acharya, K., & Wu, Y. (2020). “Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. Paper præsenteret ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien.

CBE

Acharya K, Wu Y. 2020. “Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. Paper præsenteret ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien.

MLA

Acharya, Karthik og Yiying Wu “Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. Design Research Society 2020, 11 aug. 2020, Brisbane, Australien, Paper, 2020.

Vancouver

Acharya K, Wu Y. “Where is your other half?”: A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. 2020. Paper præsenteret ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien.

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Acharya, Karthik ; Wu, Yiying. / “Where is your other half?” : A Wedding shaped by the Profile, Politics and Potential of the Indo-China Border. Paper præsenteret ved Design Research Society 2020, Brisbane, Australien.

Bibtex

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