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Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
Vol. 44 (2004 )
ARTICLES
 
William Doberc -- a stormy career: founding the Hong Kong Observatory
P. KEVIN MACKEOWN
35 pages
 
The Hungry Ghosts Festival in Aberdeen Street,Hong Kong
DAN WATERS,with Photos By TIM Ko
15 pages
 
The Rise and fall of social,economic and political reforms in Hong Kong,1930-1955
LEO F. GOODSTADT
25 pages
 
Shanghai's lost libraries rediscovered
Eric N. Danielson
8 pages
 
German business in Hong Kong before 1914
BERT BECKER
23 pages
 
Gladys Aylward (1902-1970) with the muleteers of Shanxi,and spying for the Chinese
KEITH STEVENS
14 pages
NOTES AND QUERIES
 
Reminiscences of a Hong Kong herbal doctor: life at seventy
TIM Ko,with An Introduction ByJMvfEs Hams
4 pages
 
A further Note on Taipa Fort and a Nineteenth Century Cannon
RrcasD J. Gnn
4 pages
 
The Tea warehouses on Honam
VALERY Gmrrr
5 pages
 
A further Note on A tribute to Ian Morrison
PETER HALLIDAY
5 pages
 
Resourceful tea hunters in Japan,a further Note on Tea and Opium
JONATHAN PARKINSON
2 pages
 
A further Note on Hong Kong's Chinese associations: their ceremonial occasions and their helpers
JAMES HAYES
1 page
 
Xanadu: encounters with China. A report on the Exhibition at the National Library of Australia,19 August-14 November 2004
ELIZABETH & DAVID TEATHER
3 pages
BOOK REVIEWS
 
TERRY BARRINGER (comp.). Administering empire: an annotated checklist of personal memoirs and related studies
(Reviewed By GILLIAN BICKLEY)
4 pages
 
ARTHUR HACKER. China illustrated: western views of the Middle Kingdom
(Reviewed By ROBERT NIELD)
4 pages
 
H.A. (TONY) RYDINGS: an Appreciation & Obituary
3 pages
 
President's Report
12 pages
 
Financial Statements
8 pages
 
Librarian's Report
2 pages
 
Friends of the HKRAS (UK) - Report
3 pages
 
Volunteers Report
2 pages
 
       
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