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Cameras, feeling of Chinese toward, 156, 157.

Canadian Methodist Mission, 183.

Canton, House of the Dead at, 87; 24, 29, 222.

Cart Road, Kalgan to Urga, 244.

Catty, the, 33.

Cave-dwellings, 204.

Chair-bearers, their traditional calls, 149, 150 and n.

Chala, King of, his summer palace, 133, 134-136; his troubles, 135; 125.

Chang-ho-pa, 148-150.

Changsha, outbreak at, 226, 227.

Chang-te-ho, 224, 227.

Chang-Tien-You, railway engineer, 234.

Chao Erh Feng, death of, 125.

Chen River, 123.

Chen Chia Ch'ang, theatrical performance at, 185.

Chengtu, missionaries from, 133; under the "Emperor of the West," 171, 172; the modern city, 172 ff.; its fine silks and embroidery, 172, 173; its shops, 173, 175; British Consul-General at, 173; European community of, 173, 174; missionaries at, 174; Tartar population of, 174; the Manchu quarter, 174, 175; one of the most advanced cities of China, 175; police of, 176; French Consul-General at, 176; university of, and its students, 176, 177; railway question and the revolution at, 177; rivalry between Chung-king and, 209; 24, 42, 105, 198, 203, 226.

Chengtu, plain of, 167 ff.; its people, 167; its bad roads, 167.

Cheng-kiang, 163.

Cheo, Mr., 211.

Chê-pei, 56.

Cheung-chou, Richthofen quoted concerning, 165, 166, 167.

Chiang-yi, 65.

Chia-ting, seat of white-wax industry, 73; the "rose-red city," 180 ff.; the flood of 1786, 181, 182; its insalubrious climate, 183; Protestant missions at, 183; warfare over cigarette-smoking at, 183; coolie hongs in, 183; the first city in Szechuan to declare for the Republic, 201; 161, 178, 179, 203, 204.

Chia-ting plain, beauty of, 180; subject to floods, 181; 184.

Chien-Ch'ang, district of, diversity of crops in, 71, 72; poppy banished from, 72, 94; white-wax industry of, 72, 73; almost unknown to Western world until lately, 73, 74; dangers of travelling in, due to neighbourhood of Lolos, 74, 75; recent steps of government to ensure safety in, 77.

Chien-Ch'ang valley, 33, 42.

Chien-Men, the (Peking), 230.

Chihli, province of, 227, 316.

Children in the East, how "brought up," 284.

Chin Ch'uan, region of, almost unknown to Europeans, 119.

Chin Ch'uan River, 78, 118.

Chin Tien (Golden Temple), 32.

Chin Tien Monastery, on summit of Omei Shan, 193-199.

China, and Tibet, meet in Tachienlu, 123; western boundary of, 124; revolution in, effect of, on relations between China and Tibet, uncertain, 125; group-