National Geographic : 1932 Sep
LIFE ALONG THE CENTRAL CHINA COAST WHEN THE HANGCHOW BORE COMES THUNDERING IN As the tide rushes up the great funnel-shaped mouth of the Tsientang River, the waters pile up to the height of several feet. Here the wave front is six or eight feet high. () National Geograpnic society Finlay Photographs by W. Robert Moore PREPARING FRAGRANT INCENSE FOR THE GODS Incense and firecrackers are manufactured in large quantities throughout China and burned to appease the evil spirits. Freshly made sticks drying in a Chaochow courtyard.