National Geographic November 1920
Shifting Scenes on the Stage of New China
Political realignments resulting from defeat at the hands of Japan, unemployment, and opium have led to unrest approaching chaos in China.
The World’s Ancient Porcelain Center
One of China’s great enterprises can be found in Ching- the- Chen ( Jingdezhen) , an industrial city where two- thirds of the population makes and sells handmade porcelain.
The Eden of the Flowery Republic
Beyond the awe- inspiring gorges of the upper Yangtze River lies Szechuan ( Sichuan) Province, a rich and picturesque part of China.
Peking, the City of the Unexpected
Instead of the narrow, tortuous lanes that characterize other Chinese cities, Peking ( Beijing) boasts broad, tree- lined boulevards where women wear skirts and makeup.
The Man in the Street in China: Some Characteristics of the Greatest Undeveloped Market in the World of Today
With 400 million people, China is a market of tremendous potential – – as well as a source of cheap, abundant, and industrious labor.
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