Asian port cities, 1600-1800: local and foreign cultural interactions
NUS Press in association with Kyoto University Press, May 15, 2009 - History - 233 pages
By drawing comparisons among the port cities of East, Southeast and South Asia where European East India Companies maintained trading centers, this volume goes beyond national histories to examine cultural interactions on a regional basis.
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