By Robert Nield
China’s remote places offers a historic account of the hundred or extra significant overseas settlements that seemed in China throughout the interval 1840 to 1943. lots of the entries are approximately treaty ports, huge and small, however the ebook additionally contains colonies, leased territories, motels and illicit centres of exchange. details has been drawn from a variety of resources and entries are prepared alphabetically with vast illustrations and maps. China’s overseas is either a distinct paintings of reference, crucial for students of this era and guests to trendy China. it's also a desirable account of the folks, associations and companies that inhabited China’s treaty port world.
Robert Nield is the writer of The China Coast: alternate and the 1st Treaty Ports.
“Robert Nield’s encyclopaedic insurance of the websites of international energy in pre-1949 China, and their surviving lines, levels from Aigun to Yunnan-fu and calls in any respect ports in among. this can be an informative and tellingly distinctive advisor to a global that's now normally misplaced, yet which however maintains to hang-out smooth China.”
—Robert Bickers, college of Bristol; writer of having caught in for Shanghai and The Scramble for China: international Devils within the Qing Empire, 1832–1914
“A extraordinary contribution to realizing the overseas presence in China and the industrial push to arrive each nook of the large nation. not just has Robert Nield visited the majority of his over eighty outposts yet his huge study in newspapers and documents deals an immensely priceless contribution to the topic. will probably be drastically priceless to researchers and intrepid travellers.”
—Frances wooden, writer of The Blue advisor to China (with Neil Taylor) and No canines and never Many chinese language: Treaty Port existence in China 1843–1943
“It’s a excitement to notice that China’s distant places is a good-looking quantity. Care was once taken over the structure, and the construction values are excessive. It merits a spot at the cabinets of either own and formal libraries.”
— Peter Gordon, Asian overview of Books
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China’s Foreign Places: The Foreign Presence in China in the Treaty Port Era, 1840–1943 by Robert Nield