The Nan-Shan was on her way from the southward to the treaty port
of Fu-chau, with some cargo in her lower holds, and two hundred Chinese coolies returning to their village homes in the province of Fo-kien, after a few years of work in various tropical colonies.
The treaty ports
of the world were never entered by her visiting battleships.
It was known to the Europeans as the treaty port
" Amoy " which China opened after losing the First Opium War.
Han presents his account chronologically starting from the treaty port
era--for Yokohama, in 1859--all the way to the establishment of diplomatic ties between Japan and the People's Republic in 1972, with a conclusion that reflects on the 1980s and beyond.
His Treaty Port
Winery is on a 21-hectare estate, where 13 varieties of organic grapes are raised.
Among the primary sources Meagher taps are the extensive collection of British consular and diplomatic correspondence from China and Latin America, nineteenth century Chinese treaty port
newspapers in English and Portuguese, government documents from Macau, and travel literature.
He plied his trade in the city we now know as Tianjing, a treaty port
The treaty port
system was not terminated until 1943.
Since its assignment as a treaty port
at the beginning of the Meiji era, it has attracted waves of immigrants and expatriate workers from all over the world.
In his introductory chapter, Joseph Esherick outlines the significance of these themes and offers a typology distinguishing seven types of city-namely treaty port
, capital, interior, tourist, railway, industrial, and frontier.
Bo, who served Dalian mayor since 1993, presided over a period of unbridled economic growth, which earned the former Russian treaty port
the moniker ''Shanghai of the North.