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Myths & Legends of China
Myths & Legends of China
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Werner arrived in Peking in the 1880s attached to the British Legation as a student interpreter. Werner remained in the British consular service in China until 1914 serving in postings including time working in the Chancery at the Peking Legation, then a year in Canton, two in Tientsin and another couple in Macao. He later spent a year in Hangchow, one in the Pagoda Anchorage, the isolated Kiungchow on Hainan Island, a couple of years on the Gulf of Tonkin in the remote posting of Pakhoi before…
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  • Autorius: E T C Werner
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  • Metai: 2018
  • Puslapiai: 296
  • ISBN-10: 1731707398
  • ISBN-13: 9781731707390
  • Formatas: 15.2 x 22.9 x 1.7 cm, minkšti viršeliai
  • Kalba: Anglų

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Werner arrived in Peking in the 1880s attached to the British Legation as a student interpreter. Werner remained in the British consular service in China until 1914 serving in postings including time working in the Chancery at the Peking Legation, then a year in Canton, two in Tientsin and another couple in Macao. He later spent a year in Hangchow, one in the Pagoda Anchorage, the isolated Kiungchow on Hainan Island, a couple of years on the Gulf of Tonkin in the remote posting of Pakhoi before being posted to Kongmoon . Promotion saw Werner Consul at the busy tea port of Kiukiang, serving for four years. In 1911 Werner became British Consul-General in Foochow . He left the consular service in 1914.
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Werner arrived in Peking in the 1880s attached to the British Legation as a student interpreter. Werner remained in the British consular service in China until 1914 serving in postings including time working in the Chancery at the Peking Legation, then a year in Canton, two in Tientsin and another couple in Macao. He later spent a year in Hangchow, one in the Pagoda Anchorage, the isolated Kiungchow on Hainan Island, a couple of years on the Gulf of Tonkin in the remote posting of Pakhoi before being posted to Kongmoon . Promotion saw Werner Consul at the busy tea port of Kiukiang, serving for four years. In 1911 Werner became British Consul-General in Foochow . He left the consular service in 1914.

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