National Geographic : 1946 Aug
Mountain Steps Lead to Temples of the Western Cloud Some 8,000 feet high, West Mountain looks down on Kunming lake (Tien Chih). Some twenty temples hang precariously to its jagged sides. They house ancient art treasures and images of gods and demons. One guards rare books and documents salvaged from the Japanese invasion (page 160 and Plate I). This Driver's Cigarette Holder Curves Like His Bullock's Horns A wooden yoke across the shoulders isfastened bythongs towagon shafts. A rope to the nose completes the harness. Bullocks move much ofsouth western China's transportation. American "devil machines," moving asifby magic, are still a source of wonder insome remote areas (page 141).