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Written: long before the Spanish Colonists arrived, the scattered indigenous populations of the modern-day Philippine archipelago were using complex written languages. But as the influences of the modern world encroach on the isolated communities on islands such as Palawan, their palaeographical traditions are slowly dying out. Apr 1, 2009 766
Scheme brings vitamins to poor. Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 218
Scientists head for tree-tops. Brief Article Oct 1, 2003 207
The Times Picture Collection: London. Book Review Oct 1, 2003 207
Ten Thousand Miles Without a Cloud. Book Review Oct 1, 2003 227
Subterranea. Book Review Sep 1, 2003 174
Radiant Transmission--Art of the Tibetan Diaspora. Brief Article Sep 1, 2003 268
The Rough Guide to Highlife. Sound Recording Review Jul 1, 2003 139
Dr Patricia Wright was social worker in New York when a chance encounter with an owl monkey sparked a passion for primatology. Interview Jul 1, 2003 750
Beyond the Coral Sea: Travels in the Old Empires of the South-West Pacific. Book Review Jun 1, 2003 117
Hearing Birds Fly. Book Review Jun 1, 2003 138
A Traveller's Companion to St Petersburg. Book Review Jun 1, 2003 150
A Very Peruvian Practice: Travels with La Senora. Book Review Jun 1, 2003 120
Tenzing and the Sherpas of Everest. Book Review May 1, 2003 132
Everest: Reflections from the Top. Book Review May 1, 2003 182

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