By George Fetherling
Follow George Fetherling as he travels via Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia searching for any last strains of the Indochina that used to be.
In Indochina Now and Then, George Fetherling recounts a number of trips via Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia, conserving a watch peeled and an ear cocked for no matter what faint strains of French rule could stay. whereas doing so he searches diligently in village markets, curio retailers, and garbage packing containers, let alone bookstalls alongside the Seine in Paris, for early photo postcards of Southeast Asia, the kind that local Frenchmen and Frenchwomen despatched domestic to Europe.
The publication is illustrated with 60 such pictures, such a lot of them taken ahead of the 1st global battle. They evoke vanished methods of lifestyles in those unique "lands of allure and cruelty" that experience survived the wars and turmoil of the past due twentieth century to emerge, smiling enigmatically, because the pleasant face of free-market socialism. In its prose and photographs, Indochina Now and Then...
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