The Southern expansion of the Chinese people : "Southern fields and Southern Ocean."
Chinese influence, culture and power have always moved southward since the first age of which we have reliable historical evidence. In this book Professor FitzGerald tells the story of this southward expansion, both in the lands most directly affected by it - Yunnan which ended as a province of China, and Vietnam, north and south, which was once within the Empire, but has not been so since the end of the T'ang Dynasty - and in the further countries of Laos, Cambodia, Thailand and Burma, which...[Show more]
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