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Teak-wallah

Reginald Campbell

Teak-wallah

the adventures of a young Englishman in Thailand in the 1920s

by Reginald Campbell

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Published by Oxford University Press in Singapore, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Thailand
    • Subjects:
    • Campbell, Reginald, 1894-1950 -- Travel -- Thailand.,
    • Thailand -- Description and travel.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Reginald Campbell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS565 .C195 1986
      The Physical Object
      Pagination279 p., [15] leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages279
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2308342M
      ISBN 100195826485
      LC Control Number86185201

        The École française d’Extrême-Orient (EFEO), or French School of the Far-East, was founded in in Saigon as the Archaeological Mission of Indochina, or “Mission archéologique d’Indo-Chine” while Paul Doumer () was Governor-General of French Indochina (). Reginald Campbell (–) was a British writer. His novel Poo Lorn of the Elephants was filmed by Alejandro Jodorowsky in under the name Tusk. [1] Another novel, Tiger Valley, was filmed in by Howard Bretherton as The Girl from described his personal experiences from Thailand in the book Teak-Wallah: The Adventures of a Young Englishman in Thailand in the s.

      หนังสือนายห้างป่าไม้ โดยทัศน์ทรง ชมภูมิ่ง มีมาดคล้าย ๆ Teak-Wallah เนื้อเรื่อง การดำเนินเรื่องช่วงต้น ๆ น่าจะเรียบเรียงจาก Teak-Walla. นวนิยายอิงประวัติศาสตร์ชาติไทย ช่วงอยุธยาตอนปลาย คนขายชาติมีมานานแล้ว ไส้ศึกที่นำพาศัตรูเข้ายึด เผากรุงศรีอยุธยา การกู้ชาติของสมเด็จพระ.

      McGilvary recruited one missionary, Dr. Cheek who arrived in Chiang Mai in () but quit the mission in () and joined the Company, turning teak wallah.   Tony Ball ‘Adventurer, Englishman, Ornithologist’, Dacre F.A. Raikes ‘Teak Wallah ’, or Richard Willoughby-Wood MC who is simply described as ‘An Asian Legend’.


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Each book approached a similar topic, during a similar time in history - but, from different aspects. While Elephant Company is a much better read, Teak-Wallah provided a better overview of the logging process of Thai teak at the time.

This is what I was looking for and in reading provides a deeper appreciation of northern Thailand.4/5(3). Teak Wallah does just that.

A young Englishman fresh from the great war takes a job with a teak company in south east Asia. This is book of its time with some expressions that make us cringe these days - "chink" comes to mind - but that aside it documents a time and a life that has long gone/5.

Tubby Kenson's character, (a bumbling teak wallah who the hero, Jim Dales (Reggie), takes the gal, Pat Bell from), may be based partly on Fred Murison to whom Reggie handed his signed book to in Dec Fred was not impressed.

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Life governed by Verner's Law and Grimm's Law. You see, I know all the jargon. Now I have to learn the jargon of a teak-wallah, I suppose.

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Dining and Facilities. If you would like to partake in this unique dining experience during your stay, please let us know when you book with us so we can arrange this for you. Although the menu is a surprise, the recipes are all traditional Thai recipes going back to the Teak Wallah period.

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In the north-west of the district, Illovo Sugar. Wildlife - $ Wildlife Populations By Reginald H. Barrett English Hardcover Book Free Buy Now.Campbell, Reginald, Teak-wallah: The Adventures of a Young Englishman in Thailand in the s, ; reprinted, This text is evidently by a non-professional writer, and relies heavily on conventional themes about the young man learning about himself and the world, but it is enjoyable and memorable none the less.

This book was a secret escape into another world, reminding me of the pleasures of childhood reading. It opened up a fascinating realm of nature and animals. I found a battered, spine-broken, worm-eaten edition that had passed through the Penang Library in It's a two-track story: first, it's the story of the Indian working.