Pubertal development timing in urban Chinese boys.
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A cross-sectional study of the pubertal development of 18, urban Chinese boys aged from 3. The Chinese Diaspora on American Screens: Volume 22 - Issue 2 - Subsequently, excerpts of the play were read as part of the Singapore Season in London in , with drag queen standup extraordinaire Kumar playing the lead role of Agnes. Kudos especially to Koey Foo for his compelling portrayal of Nick, a self-loving gay man who trades his confidence for body dysmorphia in the name of unrequited love.