EXPLORING CENTRAL ASIA: CHINESE CENTRAL ASIA
This travel account by a British Counsul-General, was written with a first-hand knowledge of the people, their art, folklore, and customs. Having posted at Kashgar in Chinese Turkistan during the 1920s, Sir Clarmont Skrine and his wife, both adventurous, and with insatiable quest for acquiring more information of this unexplored areas spent their time touring, exploring, and mapping the high mountains.
This book has some superb photographs which show the author’s skill in photography.
Publisher: VANGUARD BOOKS