National Geographic : 1938 Feb
THE RISE AND FALL OF NANKING BUSES ARE CHEAPER AND QUICKER THAN THE OLD-FASHIONED RICKSHA Rides from one end of the city to another, over the new wide thoroughfares, consume two hours in the man-powered conveyances and cost 20 cents. The more modern trip may be made in less than an hour and costs six cents (page 199). Photographs by Alfred T. Palmer NON-SKID PAVEMENTS COME TO NANKING! Workmen put a dimpled surface on one of the new sidewalks, part of the building program which replaced miles of mud streets with concrete.