Updated: 20:10 GMT + 7, Thursday 17/10/2019
Historical - Legal Document
The “Atlas of the Chinese Empire” published in 1908 in English

The atlas (31 x 41cm) was compiled and published by the China Inland Mission, based in Shanghai, London, Philadelphia, Toronto and Melbourne, with the support from the Directorate General of Posts of the Qing dynasty. It includes one Index map (overview map) of the entire territory and 22 maps of Chinese provinces. 

This is the first Chinese map printed by the Qing dynasty in a Western style. It does not feature Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes in China’s sovereignty,


The map of China’s territory without Hoang Sa and Truong Sa archipelagoes in the Postal Atlas of China published by the Republic of  China in 1919.


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