World Englishes:Crit Con Ling V2. by Kingsley Bolton. ISBN 9780415315074 (978-0-415-31507-4) Hardcover, Routledge, 2004.
Books (Triad societies). Bolton, Kingsley; Hutton, Christopher (2000). British Journal of Criminology 5. (2010): 851–872.
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Kingsley Bolton, Christopher Hutton. Routledge, 2000 - 2704 sayfa. Academic historians, sinologists and sociologists in the 1980s and 90s have taken a rather different view of the development of such societies in South China and Southeast Asia.
Kingsley Bolton has been letting the secret out for the past decade Sino-western contacts began in the sixteenth century when Europeans started open trade with China
Kingsley Bolton has been letting the secret out for the past decade. This fascinating, timely, and very readable new book is the result of his many years of perseverance. In short, English in China has had a long and barely remembered history (p. xiii) which stretches back to the beginnings of maritime trade of Britain with Canton and Macao. Sino-western contacts began in the sixteenth century when Europeans started open trade with China. Two trade pidgins, Macau Pidgin Portuguese (MPP) and Chinese Pidgin English (CPE), arose during the Canton trade period.
This set comprises a comprehensive selection of colonial Western scholarly texts on Chinese secret societies from the early nineteenth century to the mid-twentieth century. It includes a selection of important papers on Chinese secret societies by a variety of scholars, missionaries, and colonial officials.