5 edition of I sailed with Chinese pirates found in the catalog.
I sailed with Chinese pirates
Aleko E. Lilius
Originally published: London : Arrowsmith, 1930.
|Statement||Aleko E. Lilius.|
|LC Classifications||DS727 .L5 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||93129046|
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I Sailed with Chinese Pirates book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In the late s, gangs of ruthless and heavily armed /5. With great pleasure I read 'I sailed with Chinese Pirates' in the reprint by China Review.
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 Cited by: 8.
With great pleasure I read 'I sailed with Chinese Pirates' in the reprint by China Review. 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 4/5(2). An enthusiastic history of rampant Cantonese piracy in the s, this first-hand account follows globetrotting journalist Aleko E. Lilius as he sets out to infiltrate mysterious pirate gangs.
Describing every detail of the reporters life as Pages: I Sailed with Chinese Pirates. Lilius is primarily remembered as the author of I Sailed with Chinese Pirates, an account of the time he spent among the pirates of the South China seas.
The original review in The New York Times (27 July ) reads in part:Born: Aleko Axel August Eugen Lilius, April 2.
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Lilius as he sets out to infiltrate mysterious pirate gangs. Describing every detail of the reporter's life as he e. I Sailed with Chinese Pirates: “It is and piracy is rampant on the South China seas. Murderous bands of cutthroats roam the Pearl River Delta. Tall ships like the La Boudeuse used to face threats from pirates as they sailed around the world.
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In the New York Times reviewed the book. One product of the First Opium War was a rise in piracy. Shap 'ng Tsai was the most powerful of these pirates, and this article tells of his rise and fall, as well as that of his confederate Chui-Apoo, at the hands of the British Royal Navy and the Chinese government.
Lilius, A E, I Sailed With Chinese Pirates. WRITES OF PIRATES LED BY A WOMAN; English Author in New Book Tells of Living With Marauding CHIEFTAIN RUTHLESS Arson, Pillage, Kidnapping and. primary sources related to piracy.
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We owe what we know today of Lai Choi San to Aleko Lilius, a journalist, who was an adventurer known for his lurid eyewitness descriptions of pirates and to be a rather maverick writer for those times.
His account of Lai Choi San, in his book “I sailed with Chinese pirates” became his most famous tale of adventure. I Sailed with Chinese Pirates, I discovered this on China Rhyming, a blog responsible for a not insignificant number of the books on China I pick up (and yes, the actual work being discussed there, White Lotus Rebels and South China Pirates, is also on my list).
I’ve had a thing for southern Chinese pirates ever since I discovered their. Inspired by the Egg War and the mad rush for murre eggs on the Farallon Islands near San Francisco, Yao Bai, and the Egg Pirates is a high-seas adventure story celebrating the courage and history of Chinese immigrants in America through a fascinating yet little-known event during the California Gold Rush era.
Yao Bai is finally old enough to sail with. A Chinese junk ChineSe Pirate ShiPS The seas and coastline of China and southeast Asia were perfect settings for pirates. Chinese pirates hid in mangrove swamps that lined the coast. Chinese pirate captains often led fleets of small pirate ships.
One pirate commander, Ching-Chi-ling, led a fleet of nearly 1, heavily armed ships. do You know?. Ancient Chinese Explorers InNew York Times journalist Nicholas D.
Kristof reported a surprising encounter on a tiny African island called Pate, just off the coast of : Evan Hadingham.Fanny Loviot, a French adventuress who published an account of her travels indescribed this phenomenon after Chinese pirates captured the vessel on which she sailed four years earlier.
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