By George Morrison

Describing a trip throughout China to Burma, this vibrant and targeted account follows Australian-born international correspondent George Morrison on his travels starting in 1894. wearing chinese language apparel and interesting courses and servants as wanted, Morrison traveled by means of riverboat, sedan chair, mule, pony, and, typically, strolling. A gripping event story, this recollection bargains an early international description of the chinese language interior.

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