The Road of Shanghai: White Slave Traffic in Asia – Henry Champly (1938)

S$82.00

The Road of Shanghai: White Slave Traffic in Asia – Henry Champly (1938)

S$82.00

Title: The Road to Shanghai: White Slave Traffic in Asia

Author: Henry Champly, Warre B. Wells (trans.)

Publisher: John Long, London, 1938.

Condition: Hardcover, no dust jacket. Good. Covers faded and bumped, foxing to first few pages. Binding tight, text unmarked. 256pp. 8.5″ by 5.5″.

1 in stock

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Description

Chapters include:

Singapore Marriages, Old-time and Today

Singapore: Wide-open City – With Walled Gardens

With the Colonials, from Malaya to Indo-china

The New Saigon “Professionals”: Runners, “Boys”, and Malabars

All the Far-East, seen from a fine view-point

The Gates of China open to White Women

Behind the Bars of a Hai-Nan Coaster

Hong-Kong: Yellow Slaves – Sometimes Half-White

“Pagan Slave-Girls, Christian Masters”

Canton Bargains: Chinese Sweetmeats or Russian Hard-Tack

Shanghai Romance and Shanghai Reality

While Slave Hell in the International Concession

I Am Appointed Chinese General by a Corsican Admiral