THROUGH CHINA'S WALL Author:Graham Peck A 1945 reprint of the 1941 Readers' Union of London edition published by Collins. Numerous black & white illustrations by the author. Many of the illustrations are of ethnic Chinese peoples of the time. — According to the July 1940 Foreign Affairs magazine capsule review, this book was a "vivid report on wanderings into China's deep hinterland."
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From the Kirkus Review, "...a colorful dramatic account of a year spent in China [starting in 1936 approximately]...He painted a vivid picture of a China that is no more."
The author traveled to Peking, the Gobi Desert, Mongolia, Shanghai, down the Yangtze River, and Ching King. He traveled by motorized vehicle, on horseback, on donkey back, by steamer, and by sampan.« less