Peasants on the Tongking
delta dress in cloth made of vegetable matter, build their houses of vegetable matter, use tools mainly made of vegetable mater, and, above all, are mainly vegetarian in diet.
213-54; Li Tana, 'Tongking
in the age of commerce', in Anthony Reid and the study of the Southeast Asian past, ed.
The second volume includes topics such as personal connections and comparisons between Korea, China and Japan, the settlement of the Canton delta, trade in the Gulf of Tongking
, intelligence agents in Kashmir and the Himalayas, commerce in Burma, the transformations of Chittagong, British surveillance of Iraq's deserts, family relations in Southern Arabia, and Chinese speakers in Soviet Central Asia.
Zhao Tuo's name for his kingdom, "Nanyue," suggested the ancient ethnonym "the Hundred Yue" (bai yue), a collective term for the various peoples south of the Yangtze River to the coastline of the Tongking
This species is naturally distributed in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Burma, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cochin-China, Tongking
, southern China, The Philippines, Polynesia, and Malaysia [2,27,58,55,60,35,61,41].
This species naturally distributed in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Ceylon, Burma, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Cochin-China, Tongking
, southern China, Philippines, Polynesia, and Malaysia (Axelrod et al, 1971; Jayaram, 1981; Sterba, 1983; Sen, 1985; Talwar and Jhingran, 1991, Kohinoor et al, 1991; Tay et al, 2006).
863 by Fan Chuo [??], an officer member of the Chinese military commander's staff in Tongking
. The text exists under various titles.
ich von Balansa sub Nr 4084 gesammelte [??] Zapfen aus Tongking
The good times ended over the Gulf of Tongking
(now Tonkin) in French Indochina (now Vietnam) when a broken connecting rod forced the crew of the Chicago to land in a nearby lagoon.
This was perhaps partly because the Northern Song was focused on northern affairs and thus little commerce was carried out in the Gulf of Tongking
Gulf through history, edited by Nola Cooke, Li Tana, and James A.
In other examples, like the revolutionary states of Indonesia for the East Indies, and Vietnam for the colonial entities of Cochin-China, Annam and Tongking
, the names finally adopted were inspirational.