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How did I end up as a Co-Author on this Chinese Marie Claire Geisha Article?

by Caroline Seawright

 

How did I end up as a co-author on this Chinese Marie Claire Article, 'Geishas: Perfect Woman'?

Can anyone out there in internet-land read the Chinese article, and want to translate it for me?

I have no idea how my name got on their article, as no-one from Marie Claire in Asia has ever interviewed or e-mailed me. I can only guess that they found my geisha page, and used that as the basis for their own article. Though this also means that, for a paying job, someone else got paid and did not choose to share it with me for my work on the subject. I presume enough of my work was used to justify my name being the first English name of all the co-authors for the piece.

Any assistance would be appreciated.

Geishas: Perfect Woman | 'Caroline Seawright' on the front page
Geishas: Perfect Woman | photo of a maiko powdering her faceGeishas: Perfect Woman | photos of a maiko walking, and make-up and dressing classGeishas: Perfect Woman | photos of make-up, dressing and neck paintingGeishas: Perfect Woman | photo of maiko sitting, Chinese article pageGeishas: Perfect Woman | photo of maiko and a bullet train, Chinese article pageGeishas: Perfect Woman | photos of modern maiko and geiko


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