The Archive holds the following issues:

NuNaHeDuo (Monthly):
1992(Vol.1): No.0(Jan), No.1(Feb), No.2(Mar), No.3(Apr), No.4(May), No.5(Jun), No.6(Jul), No.7(Aug), No.8(Sept), No.9(Oct), No.11(Dec)

1993(Vol.2): No.1(Jan), No.2(Feb), No.3(Mar), No.4(Apr, 2 copies), No.5(May), No.6(Jun), No.7(Jul), No.9(Sept), No.10(Oct, 2 copies), No.11(Nov), No.12(Dec)

1994(Vol.3): No.1(Jan, 2 copies), No.2(Feb, 2 copies), No.3(Mar), No.4(Apr), No.5(May), No.6(Jun), No.7(Jul), No.8(Aug), No.9(Sept), No.10(Oct, 2 copies with special edition The Box Show), No.11(Nov), No.12(Dec)

1995(Vol.4): No.1(Jan, 2 copies), No.2(Feb), No.3(Mar, 2 copies), No.4(Apr, 2 copies), No.5(May), No.6(Jun), No.7(Jul), No.8(Aug), No.9(Sept), No.10(Oct), No.11(Nov), No.12(Dec, 2copies); Bound Volume(No.1-8, 10-12)

Dislocation (Bi-annually):
1996: Vol.5(2 copies)


1997: Vol.8(2 copies), Vol.9(2 copies)


1998: Vol.10(2 copies), Vol.11(2 copies)


1999: Vol.13(2 copies)

Note: NuNaHeDuo (Dislocation) was published monthly from 1992 to 1995 and became a bi-annual publication in 1996.

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Dislocation | Nu Na He Duo

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Onsite

Location code PER.DIS
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Keywords

photographyHong Kong

Publication/Creation date

1992

Publication status

Ceased publication

Content type

magazine/journal/newspaper

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