by Archibald Little
Publisher: Hutchinson & Co. 1899
Number of pages: 620
The Chinese Empire is rather larger than Europe. Being on the eastern side of a great continent, it has the same extremes of climate as are to be found in the United States. Fruits, flowers, and crops vary in like manner. Peking is on about the same parallel as Madrid, Chungking as Cairo, Shanghai as Madeira.
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