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Item Description: Royal Asiatic Society, 1969. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Royal Asiatic Society 1969. Red card covers. One upper corner bumped o/w very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12464738052

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Item Description: Royal Asiatic Society, 1966. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Royal Asiatic Society 1966. Red card covers. A very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12464931535

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Published by Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch (1964)

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1964. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Journal of the Occurrences at Canton (transcript of the diary of W. C. Hunter on the Opium War troubles in Canton, with analysis). HK Before the Chinese: the Frame, The Puzzle and the Missing Pieces (the early history of HK, and its pre-Chinese peoples). Introduction to Chinese Painting. Peng Chau Between 1798 and 1899. HK Butterflies. A Reconnaissance of Ma Wan and Lantao Islands, 1794 (undertaken as part of Macartney Mission, includes transcript of report). Review Article: Forke's Translation of the Lun Heng. A Collection of Chinese Books from the RAS now in the Library of Leeds University. The Tung Chung Fort. Some Notes on Tung Chung (mostly the c19 history of the fort). Loan-words in the Chinese Language (especially in Cantonese). (1964). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal04

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1965. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A Map of the Pearl River Estuary (plea for such a map to be produced). Village Archaeological Discovery in and Around HK (mostly neolithic). Niah Cave, 1947-1964 (archaeological finds, palaeolithic). The Population of China (reprint of article from China Branch RAS Transactions, 1855). The Dialects of HK Boat People: Kau Sai. The Southern Sung Stone Engraving at North Fu-t'ang (Joss House Bay, HK, with transcript and translation). Piracy on the China Coast (mostly c19-20). The Chinese University of HK (background to its foundation). Review Article of "Government and People in HK 1841-1962: A Constitutional History". Additional Note on Article "Journal of Occurrences at Canton in Credit at Shek Pik, 1879-1895 (working of money-loan associations and loans from communal trust funds). A Ceremony to Propitiate the Gods at Tong Fuk, Lantau, 1958 (ethnographical description). The Tsang's Big House at Shatin (translation of newspaper article on Tsang Tai Uk, 1964). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal05

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1966. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A Plea for a Regional Approach to Chinese History: The Case of the South China Coast. The Five Great Clans of the NT (great families and their organization). Sino-Western Contacts Under the Mongol Empire. The Foreign Relations of Buddhism in Modern China (relations between Chinese and Japanese, Tibetan and SE Asian Buddhists, and with Christians, and others, especially 1911-1950). The Hanlin Academy in the Early Ch'ing Period (1644-1795). Old British Kowloon (village life in Kowloon south of Boundary Street 1861-1898). Words (mostly on Chinese for "peanut"). Some Loan-words in Cantonese (further to Vol. 4). A Note on Land Measurement and Tenant Rentals in HK (traditional measures of land and quantity - tau and tau-chung). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal06

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1967. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. HK Mammals. The Travelling Palace of the Southern Sung in Kowloon (history of the last Sung Emperors in the HK area). Printing: a New Discovery (details of find of mid c8 printed text from Korea). Expansion and Extension in Hakka Society (life in 2 Shatin villages, concentrating on migration, and livelihood strategies, over last century). The China Coasters (river and coastal steamers, up to the Last War). Land and leadership in the HK Region of Kwangtung (the leadership qualities of non-gentry village leaders). A Notice of the Sanon District (reprint of article by Rev. Krone on the HK area, originally from China Branch RAS Transactions, 1858). Salt manufacture in HK (reprint of article by S.Y Lin, originally from The HK Naturalist, 1940, with details of manufacturing processes). Two Ming Cannon found in HK. The Chan Clan of Tseung Kwan O, NT (with details of two clansmen's biographies). Visit to Places of Interest on HK Island, 1 April 1967 (with notes on places visited). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal07

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1968. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Chinese Religion and Rural Cohesion in c19. The Hankow Steamer Tea Races. Notes on HK Libraries in the c19. Further Notes on the Sung Wong Toi (archaeological finds at, mostly Sung and 5 Dynasties). Being Caught by a Fishnet: On Fengshui in SE China (Fungshui, wealth, and livelihood strategies in 2 Shatin villages). Fan Lau and its Fort: an Historical Perspective. Plover Cove to Taipo Market: a Study in Forced Migration (following construction of Plover Cove Dam, 1966). Sun Yat-sen and Chinese History (Sun's use of history). Review Article on "Capitalism and the Chinese Peasant: Social and Economic Change in a Chinese Village", by J.M. Potter. Chinese Street Cries in HK (reprint of article originally from China Review 1873). Notes on Some Vegetarian Halls in HK belonging to the Sect of Hsien-T'ien Tao (The Way of Former Heaven). Jardine, Matheson & Co's First Site in HK. Research on Family Values and Culture Change in HK's Modern Chinese Novels. HK's First Government House. A Reaping Knife from Lantau Island, HK. The Tung Chung Fort (Lantau Island, HK) (further to Vols. 3 and 4). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal08

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1969. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Chinese Unofficial Members of the Legislative and Executive Councils in HK up to 1941. Militia, Market and Lineage: Chinese Resistance to the Occupation of HK's NT in 1899. Tung Kwu Island: The Type Site of HK's Older Prehistoric Culture. King Mongkut and the Kingdom of Siam (especially on relations with UK). The Linguistic and Literary Value of Ming Dynasty "Mountain Songs". The Chinese Descent System and the Occupancy Level of Village Houses (how village houses are inherited, and why most village families own more than one house). Some Notes on Ethno-Botany in the NT of HK (plants and their uses to villagers). The Mapping of HK (new series of maps). The San On Map of Mgr. Volonteri (reprinted from Geographical Journal, 1969. A discussion of the oldest detailed western map of the HK area). Bethesda and the Berliner Frauenverein füér China (the first foundling home in HK). The Comet of 1532 (request for information). What Inspired Sir J. Bowring's Hymn? (probably not St Paul's at Macau). Books from the Victoria Library (further to Vol. 8). Early HK Libraries. Defence Wall at Pass between Kowloon City and Kowloon Tsai (description). Removal of Villages for Fung Shui Reasons: Another Example from Lantau Island, HK (further to Vol. 3). The Occupancy Level of Village Houses in the HK Region (further to article on the Chinese Descent System, above). A Pair of Pottery Covered Jars found at Shek Pik, Lantau Island (Ming). Kelly and Walsh (notes on history of this company). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal09

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Massachusetts (reprint from Chater-Cosmo Transactions, 1980, and further to Vol. 14). The Yung Muk Tong Factories in Macau (notes on books of Yung Muk Tong from early c20). Letters from World War II (from HK to relatives in Macau). Folk Medicine in Borneo: Diagnosis and Cure. Another Look at Land and Lineage in the NT c. 1900 (study of perpetual tenancy). Religious Response to Modernization in Taiwan: the Case of I-kuan Tao. The Public Records Office of HK (position paper: holdings and categories). HK and China in the Village World (village politics, and villagers' views of Westerners). The Chinese Church, Labour and Elites and the Mui Tsai Question in the 1920s. Residential Mobility and Kinship Ties among Urban Chinese Families in HK. Education as a By-product of Fish Marketing (the schools organised by the Fish Marketing Organisation, HK). Juan Yüéan's Management of Sino-British Relations in Canton, 1817-1826. The HK Origins of Dr Sun Yat-sen's Address to Li Hung-chang (study of Sun's education in HK). Bro. Tsang Lai Shun in Traditional Funerals (in NT, with summary of ritual in 1950s). Traditional Rice Farming in Shatin (notes on yields). Funeral Pots from an Ancestral Grave. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal21

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 1998. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. The Dickinson Report: An Account of the Background to, and Preparation of the 1966 Report of the Working Party on Local Administration. The craft of the Bamboo Scaffolder. The Yang Family of Generals. Negotiating the Transfer Practice of Housing in a Chinese Lineal Village. A Look Back-Civil Engineering in Hong Kong, 1841-1941. A Collection of Rare Photographs of Early Civil Engineering Projects in Hong Kong. A Brief History of Reclamation in Macau. The Royal Asiatic Society and Heritage Education. Are the Tanka People Descendants of Mongol Soldiers? Easter, 1997 in Shanghai: Notes on the Visit by Members of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Visit by Members of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society to Huizhou, November, 1997. Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society: Possessions on Permanent Loan to Other Institutions. Honorary Members of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal37

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2000. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Laughter Across the Great Wall-A Comparison of Chinese and Western Humour. Images of Sinicised Vedic Dieties on Chinese Altars. Weapons of the China Wars. Naturalist, Author, Artist, Explorer and Editor, and Almost Forgotten President: Arthur de Carle Sowerby, 1885-1954, President of the North China Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1935-1940. Xu, the Taoist Perfected Lord Xu Zhenjun, the Protective Deity of Jiangsi Province. Plum Puddings and Sharp Boys, “One Touch of Nature Makes the Whole World Kin”: An Analysis of the China Coverage in the Illustrated London News, 5 January to 23 September, 1861. The Deification of Heroes Following the Struggle by the Vassal State of Chou to Overthrow the Shang Dynasty. Temples Arise from the Ashes of Revolution. The District Watch Force. Hong Kong (from the Notes of a Russian Traveller), translation of an article written by Iosif Antonovich Goshkevich in 1871. Hong Kong, translation from a book chapter written by Ivan Alexandrovich Goncharov in 1853. The Story of Stanley Fort. The Story of Gun Club Hill Barracks. First World War Labour Corp Cemeteries in Flanders. The American Soldier of Fortune Frederick Townsend Ward: Honoured and Revered by the Chinese with a Memorial Temple. Sir Ralph Moore and the ‘Benin’ Cannon of the British Museum and the Royal Armouries. Photographs from the Hong Kong 1906 Typhoon contributed by Victoria Brown. Arnold Graham, 1905-1996. Translated letter from the Bishop of the Philippines to the King of Spain dated 1584. The Drunken Dragon Dance and the Tam Kong (Tam Kung) Festival: Notes on the RAS HK Visit to Macau, May 1997. Bits of Broken China: The RAS visit to North-east China in Search of Colonial Remnants, 1999. Another Dilemma for Today’s Youth in China. An Irish Fantasy. Backstreets of Beijing: Notes on the RAS HK Easter, 1998 Visit to Beijing. Monument to the Westmoreland Regiment, The 55th Regiment of Foot, in Dinghai City on Zhoushan Island. Tracing Graves in Hong Kong: Research Methodology. An Unusual and Extraordinary Ancestral Image. Photographs of the Function to Mark the Award of the Bronze Bauhinia Star to Dan Waters. Visit to the Aurel Stein Collection of the British Museum by the Friends of the RAS. The Life and Times of Sir Kai Ho Kai, a Prominent Figure in Nineteenth Century Hong Kong (Book Review). The Golden Needle: The Biography of Frederick Stewart (Book Review). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal38

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2001. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. P.H. Hase, Beside the Yamen: Nga Tsin Wai Village; D.D. Waters, Safeguarding One's Fortunes: The Importance of Tun Fu; Lawrence Lai Wai Chung, The Battle of Hong Kong: A Note on the Literature and the Effectiveness of the Defence; P.J. Aston, Decoded Version of Squadron Leader Donald Hill's Wartime Diary Maintained Whilst in Captivity in Hong Kong: (a) Translation of “Russels Mathematical Tables”, (b) A Decoded Diary Reveals a War Time Story; Nicholas Tapp, The Hong Kong Anthropological Society Barbara Ward Memorial Lecture 2000 - Post-Colonial Anthropology: Local Identities and Virtual Nationality in the Hong Kong-China Region; James Hayes, The Characteristics of Chinese Religion: Mainly Taken from 19th Century Writings, but yet Relevant for Contemporary Hong Kong; James Hayes, “That Singular and Hitherto Almost Unknown Country”: Opinions on China, the Chinese, and the “Opium War” among British Naval and Military Officers who Served During Hostilities There; (Special Feature: Papers on the Conference Held on 9 December, 2000 to Commemorate the 40th Anniversary of the Reconstitution of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society (HKBRAS) - Hong Kong: Forty Years of a Growing City:-) James Hayes, Feng Shui and Roadworks at Tong Fuk Village, 1958; James Hayes, A Torn Scrap of Paper: Relating to a Money Loan Association, Small Loans, or What?; P.H. Hase, Further Tales of the Man the Emperor Decapitated; photograph taken on the occasion of the HKBRAS visit to the Public Records Office in January 2000; D.D. Waters, One of Hong Kong's Many Hillside Temples; Crystal Tang, The HKBRAS trip to Vietnam between 30 September and 6 October 2000; James Hayes, Translations from the Russian, HKBRAS Journal. No 38; Gillian Bickley, Hong Kong Invaded! A ’97 Nightmare. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal39

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2003. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Andrew Abraham, The transfer of the Straits Settlements: A revisionist approach to the study of colonial law and administration ; Chohong Choi, Between the nine dragons and a divine wind: How Hong Kong’s weather might have affected an allied invasion to retake the territory; James Hayes, Hong Kong’s Chinese associations: Their ceremonial occasions and their helpers; Lawrence Lai, Daniel Ho and Leung Hing Fung, Survey of the Devil’s Peak redoubt and Gough Battery; Eve Lam, The Royal Asiatic Society (Hong Kong Branch): The faces, the stories and the memories; Anne Ozorio, The myth of unpreparedness: The origins of anti-Japanese resistance in prewar Hong Kong; Lauren Pfister, The proto-martyr of Chinese protestants: Reconstructing the story of Ch’ëa Kam-kwong; Stephen Selby, Chinese archery: An unbroken tradition?; Keith Stevens, The Yangzi port of Zhenjiang down the centuries; Dan Waters, Hong Kong in the 1950s and ’60s: Reminiscences; Gliding: How Louis de San beat the Asian duration and altitude records in Chungking, China, in 1940, from the Belgian journal Aviation, Volume 2, Number 14, March 1946, translation by Paul Bolding; Paul Bolding, More on Louis de San; Julia Chan, The Library of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society; Arnold Graham’s Shanghai Christmas Card, 1905; Peter Halliday, Adventures in publishing: How The Crippled Tree became Kalekie drzewo; Peter Hansell, The colourful Douglas Lapraik (1818-1869); Paul Harrison, Introducing the Conservation Section of the Hong Kong Government; James Hayes, Afterthoughts on South China Village Culture, Oxford University Press, 2001; Robert Horsnell, A note on the Japanese gun emplacement at Tathong Point, Tung Lung Chau; David Mahoney, More on the Chinese Labour Corps in France, 1917-1921: A new discovery; David Mahoney, Yet more on the Chinese Labour Corps in France, 1917-1921; Martin Merz, Yet more on Tea and Opium; Robert Nield, photographs from the HKBRAS visit to Bhutan, February 2002; Keith Stevens, The wrestling princes; Peter Stuckey and Chris Bailey, Visiting St. John’s Island; Dan Waters, Projects and enquiries; Dan Waters, Yet more thoughts on Han Suyin’s A Many Splendoured Thing: Conduit Road and its environs; John Wilson, A poem from the HKBRAS visit to East Bhutan, February 2003; Peter Halliday, Voices from the past: Hong Kong, 1842-1918 (Solomon Bard); Peter Halliday, The development of education in Hong Kong, 1841-1897 (Gillian Bickley); Patrick Hase, The fall of Hong Kong: Britain, China and the Japanese occupation (Philip Snow); James Hayes, From rice to riches: A personal journey through a changing China (Jane Hutcheon). Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal42

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2003. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. Traditional dwellings, conservation and land use: A study of three villages in Sai Kung. How old is Shanghai’s Longhua Temple? Canton symposium: The world of the old China trade: the locales and the people. A new discovery and its significance: The statutory declarations made by Sir Robert Hart concerning his secret domestic life in 19th century China. Justice, law, and the proposed tribunal for the Khmer Rouge. H.M.S. Hermes: China Station, 1930-1933. Between Scylla and Charybdis: China and the Chinese during the Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905. Photos from the HKBRAS trip to Canton, October 2003. HKBRAS visit to Macau on 26th October 2003 to see an exhibition of George Smirnoff’s watercolours of Macau. The making of Cornell Plant the pilot. The history of the Belilios Star: Hong Kong’s own life-saving medal. Yet another angle on the Chinese Labour Corps in France, 1918. The Middlesex (`Tyndareus’) Stone. Book Reviews: Full Circle: A Life with Hong Kong and China. The Silk Road, Art and History. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal43

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2004. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. William Doberk – a stormy career: founding the Hong Kong Observatory. The Hungry Ghosts Festival in Aberdeen Street, Hong Kong. The rise and fall of social, economic and political reforms in Hong Kong, 1930-1955. Shanghai’s lost libraries rediscovered. German business in Hong Kong before 1914. Gladys Aylward (1902-1970) with the muleteers of Shanxi, and spying for the Chinese. Reminiscences of a Hong Kong herbal doctor: life at seventy. A further Note on Taipa Fort and a Nineteenth Century Cannon. The tea warehouses on Honam. A further Note on A Tribute to Ian Morrison. Resourceful tea hunters in Japan, a further Note on Tea and Opium. A further Note on Hong Kong’s Chinese associations: their ceremonial occasions and their helpers. Xanadu: encounters with China. A report on the Exhibition at the National Library of Australia, 19 August-14 November 2004. Book Reviews: Administering Empire: an annotated checklist of personal memoirs and related studies. China Illustrated: western views of the Middle Kingdom. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal44

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2005. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. “With the ease and grace of a born bishop?” – re-evaluating James Legge’s contributions to secular and religious education in Hong Kong. Feng Shui and the orientation of traditional villages in the New Territories, Hong Kong. Colin McEwan’s Diary: the battle for Hong Kong and escape into China. Hong Kong Volunteer Defence Corps, Number 3 (Machine Gun) Company. High-class opium houses in Canton during the 1930s. Charles Henry Brewitt-Taylor, 1857-1938: translator and Chinese Customs Commissioner. Revisiting Chonquing: China’s Second World War Temporary National Capital. Old guns found at Arsenal Street, Hong Kong – a preliminary report on some excavated gun barrels. A further Note on Visiting St. John’s Island. The Foreign Office and Hong Kong. A further Note on The Colourful Douglas Lapraik (1818-1869). Alfred James Hadley and the Chinese Labour Corps. Early references to the rhinoceros on the Chinese island of Hainan. Book Reviews: A Dictionary of Cantonese Slang. Education in Hong Kong, 1941 to 2001: visions and revisions. Helena May: the person, the place and 90 years of history in Hong Kong. The Maryknoll Sisters in Hong Kong, 1921-1969: in love with the Chinese. Maquista chapado: vocabulary and expressions in Macao’s Portuguese creole. One couple, two cultures: 81 Western-Chinese couples talk about love and marriage. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal45

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Item Description: Hong Kong : Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch, 2008. Soft cover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. China’s 1936 Olympic Football Team: eight players were from Hong Kong. Recollections of the Battle of Hong Kong and the life of a POW. Hong Kong 1954: Future Indefinite. The Development of Hong Kong Research and Library Studies: The Contributions of H.A. Rydings. Eitel’s Europe in China: a reappraisal of the messages and the man. The Catholic Church in Nineteenth Century Village Life in Hong Kong. Duncan Force – the Shanghai Defence Force in 1927, and the Career of Captain Ronald Spear. Fortunate and Fertile: Shanghai before the Treaty Port era. Book Reviews: Canton-Macau Dagregisters, 1762. Chinese Dress: From the Qing Dynasty to the Present. Governing Hong Kong: Administrative Officers. Hong Kong Internment 1942-1945: Hong Kong’s Monetary System, The Currency Board’s Silver Jubilee; an overview by Catherine Schenk, with reviews of Profit, Policies and Panics: Hong Kong’s Banks and the Making of a Miracle Economy, 1935-1980, Hong Kong’s Link to the U.S. Dollar: Origin and Evolution, Hong Kong’s Money: History, Logic and Operation of the Currency Peg and how Taiwan Became Chinese. King Hui: The man who Owned all the Opium in Hong Kong. The Six-Day War of 1899: Hong Kong in the age of Imperialism. Bookseller Inventory # RASjournal48

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Published by Royal Asiatic Society (1967)

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Item Description: Royal Asiatic Society, 1967. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Royal Asiatic Society 1967. Red card covers. A very good plus copy. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12464891607

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1974)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1974. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 265 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.1

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1975)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1975. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 345 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.2

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1976)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1976. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 306 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.3

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1976)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1976. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 261 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.4

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1979)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1979. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 260 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.5

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1980)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1980. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 214 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.6

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Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society.

Published by [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch (1981)

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Item Description: [Hong Kong] : Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch, 1981. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 216 pages : 22cm. Bookseller Inventory # 4009191.7

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Item Description: Hong Kong Branch Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong, 1965. Soft cover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Bit of wear to outer paper of spine, sound but a bit faded. YY2036. Bookseller Inventory # 041259

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