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Mount Omi and Beyond : A Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border - Archibald John Little

Mount Omi and Beyond

A Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border


Published: 30th September 2010
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Mount Omi and Beyond is Archibald John Little's account of his travels in the Szechuan province of China. His journey took him from Chongqing to Mount Omi and the Tibetan border. Little professed to add nothing to the records of geographical exploration through his work, but aimed simply to provide a 'picture of China as it exists far removed from Western influence'. Little compares this part of China with Europe in the middle ages - in the colourful dress of the people, the absence of technology, and lack of communication with the outside world. He believed that this was a world nearing its end, as Western influences were reaching the Chinese ports through trade. Published in London in 1901, it contains a 'Sketch Map of Northern and Central Szechuan' and fifteen black and white photographs. Several other books by Little and by his intrepid wife are also reissued in this series.

Chungking to the Brine Wells River
The Brine Wells
From Tsz' Lui Ching to Kiating Fu
At the foot of Mount Omi
On the sacred mountain's side
On Omi's summit
Through the wilderness and by the Tung River
Up the Sai King Shan, or Dry Prayer Books Mountain
Ancient Lololand
The Thibetan border
Round the snowy range into Thibet
Ta Chien Lu, its lamas, dogs and ponies
Back in China again
Yachow and the Brick-Tea District
Rafting on the River Ya
From Kiating back to Chungking
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ISBN: 9781108013857
ISBN-10: 1108013856
Series: Cambridge Library Collection - Travel and Exploration in Asia
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 332
Published: 30th September 2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 0.42