New York: The Page Company, 1917.
First Edition. Hardcover. Near fine. First impression. xiv, 404 pp, with folding map. 8 color plates, and 47 half-tone illustrations from photographs. Slight rubbing to pictorial binding, else an exceptionally nice copy. Bell traveled first to Hong Kong, then Canton and from there headed north to Macao, Hangchow (Hangzhou), and Shanghai, with several stops along the way. He then went west along the Yangtze, visiting Nanking, Kiukiang (Jiujiang) and Hankow, where he boarded a train for Peking. The final part of his journey took him to Tsingtao and Japanese-occupied Korea.