CHINA: YUNNAN PROVINCE, by Stephen Mansfield, with contributions by David Reynolds. Buckinghamshire, U.K.: Bradt Travel Guides, 2001, 292 pp., with maps and 20 color plates, 13.95 UK pounds.

Yunnan is China’s most diverse province. Not only is it geographically varied, with glaciers in the north and jungles in the south, but it is also home to over a third of the country’s ethnic minorities.

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