|Statement||by Kenneth Dodson.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
It is a believabel telling of the authors adventures with the Chinese pirates of the South China Sea in the s / 30s. Aleko E. Lilius describes how he managed to sail with Chinese pirates and learned about their habits. The book is a good read (and my caveats I will mention later).Cited by: 7. Disappointing. My dad found an original copy of this for me when I was living in Hong Kong and sent it over, but aside from the novelty of reading a nearly year-old work filled with photos of old southern China and the pirates who sailed in it, I'm afraid I need to report that the actual book isn't very good/5. White Lotus Rebels and South China Pirates book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The reign of Emperor Jiaqing ( C /5. "Pirates and Publishers may well be the most important book on intellectual property in China ever to be published in English. With deep research and sharp analysis, Wang overturns conventional wisdom about the incompatibility of copyright with Chinese culture, and shows instead how authors and publishers fought hard to protect their livelihoods.
White Lotus Rebels and South China Pirates presents a major reassessment of this period by examining how the emperors, bureaucrats, and foreigners responded to the two crises that shaped the transition from the Qianlong to the Jiaqing reign. Wensheng Wang argues that the dramatic combination of internal uprising and transnational piracy, rather. White Lotus Rebels and South China Pirates presents a major reassessment of this period by examining how the emperors, bureaucrats, and foreigners responded to the two crises that shaped the transition from the Qianlong to the Jiaqing reign. Wensheng Wang argues that the dramatic combination of internal uprising and transnational piracy, rather. Piracy and smuggling are as great a problem today as they were several hundreds of years ago. The studies in Elusive Pirates, Pervasive Smugglers, for the first time, carefully describe and critically analyze piracy and smuggling in the Greater China Seas region from the sixteenth century to the present. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Dodson, Kenneth, China pirates. Boston, Little, Brown  (OCoLC) Material Type: Fiction.
After Mo Yan won the Nobel Prize in Literature in , publishers around the world rushed to print copies of his books—none more enthusiastically than China’s infamous book pirates. In China, where piracy is so blatant that street booksellers hawk illegal copies of Mo’s work in front of his house, counterfeiting is rampant and. Press Photo Author Kenneth Dodson China Pirates Ancortes Book 8x Item Information. Condition: not specified. Price: US $ Press Photo Author Kenneth Dodson China Pirates Ancortes Book 8x Sign in to check out Check out as guest. Adding to your cart. The item you've selected was not added to your cart. Add to Rating: % positive. The Scar, by China Miéville The Scar begins with a ragtag group of folk leaving the fetid city of New CrobuZon to reinvent themselves in a new colony across the sea. There’s a librarian and a scientist, a cabin boy and an impressed criminal. Their new lives in a new place are diverted when they’re taken by pirates aboard the floating pirate city of Armada, a city made up of thousands of. Pirates of the South China Coast (traditional Chinese: 華南海盜; simplified Chinese: 华南海盗; pinyin: huá nán hǎi dào) were Chinese pirates who active throughout the South China Sea from the late 18th century to the 19th century, mainly from to Since , the Pirates of the South China Coast entered the most powerful period, many pirates were fully trained by the Tây.