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Thailand Travel Atlas

by Periplus Editions

Finding your way around the various regions within Thailand is a breeze with this handy Tuttle Travel Atlas. Designed for the adventurous traveler and containing all the maps you'll need on your explorations,...


Indonesia Travel Atlas Third Edition: Indonesia's Most Up-to-date Travel Atlas

by Periplus Editors

Finding your way around the various regions of Indonesia is a breeze with this handy Tuttle Travel Atlas. Designed for the adventurous traveler and containing all the maps you'll need on your explorations, this...


Singapore Black

by William L. Gibson

Singapore/Malaya, 1892: When a dead American is found floating in Rochor Canal, Chief Detective Inspector David Hawksworth begins an investigation that quickly leads into a labyrinth of deceit and violence in...


Dundurn Vietnam War Library Bundle: Guerrilla Nation / Indochina Now and Then / Cross-Border Warriors

by Michael Maclear, George Fetherling & Fred Gaffen

The Vietnam War was a regional conflict that turned into an epic confrontation between democracy and collectivism, traumatizing the people of the nations that fought and leaving long-lasting physical damage...


South Asia: The Spectre of Terrorism

by P. R. Kumaraswamy & Ian Copland

Since the partition of the subcontinent along communal lines, political violence has increased in South Asia. Terrorism is one such manifestation of this violence. This book witnesses serious assessment of...


Hot Sour Salty Sweet: A Culinary Journey Through Southeast Asia

by Jeffrey Alford & Naomi Duguid

Luminous at dawn and dusk, the Mekong is a river road, a vibrant artery that defines a vast and fascinating region. Here, along the world's tenth largest river, which rises in Tibet and joins the sea in Vietnam,...


Beyond the Great Wall: Recipes and Travels in the Other China

by Jeffrey Alford & Naomi Duguid

WINNER OF THE 2009 JAMES BEARD FOUNDATION INTERNATIONAL COOKBOOK AWARD

WINNER OF THE 2009 IACP BEST INTERNATIONAL COOKBOOK AWARD

A bold and eye-opening new cookbook with magnificent photos and unforgettable stories....


City of Djinns: A Year in Delhi

by William Dalrymple

 Sparkling with irrepressible wit, City of Djinns peels back the layers of Delhi's centuries-old history, revealing an extraordinary array of characters along the way-from eunuchs to descendants of great Moguls....


The Cultural Career of Coolness: Discourses and Practices of Affect Control in European Antiquity, the United States, and Japan

by Ulla Haselstein, Irmela Hijiya-Kirschnereit & Catrin Gersdorf

Today, coolness is a term most often used in advertising trendy commodities, or, more generally, in promoting urban lifestyles. The Cultural Career of Coolness explores the history of the term as a metaphor...


Frontier Towns On the Mekong

by Sheba Suphannahong

This ebook is for the modern traveler – the bold, the brave, and those that want to use technology for new insights.

Our quirky Frontier Town (Nakhon Phanom) is the perfect place to use as a base for adventure,...


Insight Guides: Beijing City Guide

by Insight Guides

Insight City Guide Beijing is a full-colour, comprehensive travel guide to this historic and exciting city.Full-colour photography and maps throughout combine with authoritative text to give you both inspiration...


Insight Guides: Tokyo City Guide

by Insight Guides

Tokyo is one of the most fastest-paced cities in Asia. Keep up to speed with City Guide Tokyo - a comprehensive guide to getting the most out of this extraordinary city. Experience the mega-wattage of neon lights...


Quarterly Essay 24 No Fixed Address: Nomads and the Fate of the Planet

by Robyn Davidson

After many thousands of years, the nomads are disappearing, swept away by modernity. Robyn Davidson has spent a good part of her life with nomadic cultures - in Australia, north-west India, Tibet and the Indian...


An Introduction to the Ajanta Caves

by Rajesh Kumar Singh

This book presents the latest and updated information about the Ajanta caves, their histories, and painted themes. For the first time, a book accommodates-within the space of a single volume-many dimensions...


Destination Cambodia: Adventures in the Kingdom

by Walter Mason

Join intrepid traveller, Walter Mason - author of Destination Saigon - on a colourful adventure to one of the world's hottest new destinations. Meet taxi drivers, writers, hip -hop stars and monks as he traverses...


Passage to Burma

by Scott Stulberg

It is a charming and satisfying thing that there are still places in this world where magic seems to pervade the sights, smells, and sounds of a place more than the trappings of the so-called modern world. For...


My Singapore Lover: A Novel of Passion, Beauty and The Secrets of Singapore

by Judy Chapman

Young, Western and single, Sara arrives in Singapore on a magazine assignment to detail the long-held attraction between Western men and Asian women. She soon becomes swept up in the exotic city, mesmerized...


Princess Play

by Barbara Ismail

Kelantanese kain songket trader and amateur sleuth Mak Cik Maryam is plunged once again into the shadowy world of murder, hatred and madness when a fellow market woman is killed after a successful main puteri...


Crime Scene Asia: Crime fiction from India, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand & Vietnam

by Richard Lord & Dawn Farnham

Volume 1 of Crime Scene Asia features nine delectably horrid crimes that take readers on a chilling trip through the dark underbelly of contemporary Asia. This volume serves up the unique flavor of crime in...


Toraja: Misadventures of a Social Anthropologist in Sulawesi, Indonesia

by Nigel Barley

In 1985, Dr. Nigel Barley, senior anthropologist at The British Museum, set off for the relatively unknown Indonesian island of Sulawesi in search of the Toraja, a people whose culture includes headhunting,...