by Edith Miranted - £17.99 Orchid Press (2004)
paperback ISBN 13: 9789745240506 | ISBN 10: 9745240508
A new memoir of the author's journeys among the brave indegenous peoples of some of Asia's most remote and violent regions. Knowledgably obsessed with Burma's struggle for freedom, American artist/activist Mirante breaks laws and infiltrates borders, in impassioned journeys of discovery that take her through China, India, Laos and chaotic Bangladesh. Down the Rat Hole is a wild and exotic headlong plunge into a hidden world of guerilla warfare, heroin and jade trading, the AIDS pandemic, rainforest destruction, strikes and rioting, and one of the worst natural disasters of the century.
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In booklists: Women Travellers and Women's Travel Writing, Burma, Women in Asia, Travel Writing and Guides - Asia, Women's Activism, In categories: Feminism & Women, Poetry & Writing, World - Asia, Changing the World,