Beyond the Southeast Asian islands of spices lay islands of flowers and sandalwood. For a period between the 16th and 20th centuries this was part of the Portuguese empire.
In this talk, Cliff Periera will give an account of cultural legacies of exploration of Luso-Asians.
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