1937 Haunted Beijing: what remainsAdd to Lightbox Download
China, Beijing. A Chinese man is passing by a restaurant in Chuanban Hutong.
The Badlands: the most scandalous neighborhood in old Beijing and also one of the central points in the investigation into Pamela's e murder. The no-man's land known in the 1930s as the Peking 'Badlands', provided a buffer zone between Chinese and foreign Peking until the fall of the Qing dynasty in 1911. Since the end of the First World War the area became increasingly developed, and places like Chuanpan and Huoguo Hutong were built. Chuanpan Hutong, now Chuanban Hutong, was 'the baddest and most depraved street in old Peking'. This is where much of the action of Midnight in Peking takes place, where many of the suspects and witnesses to the murder of Pamela Werner lived, worked and spent their lives.
- Susetta Bozzi
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China; Beijing; Susetta Bozzi; 1937; American Legation; Armour Factory Alley; Badlands; Beijing Chongwenmen Christian Church; Beijing city wall; Beijing Railway Museum; book; British Legation; Ch'ienmen 23; Chuanban Hutong; church; city; courtyard; crime; Dongbianmen Watchtower; Dongjiaominxiang Alley; Edgar Snow; Englishwoman; Fox Tower; French Legation; French Post Office; history; Huoguo Hutong; hutong; investigation; Japanese; Japanese invasion; Japanese legation; Kuijiachang Hutong; Legation Quarter; Legation Street; Midnight in Peking; murder; Old Peking; Pamela Werner; Paul French; Peking; Peking Railway Station; Peking Union Medical College; snack street; Soviet legation; story; St. Michael's Church Suzhou Hutong; Tartar City; Tartar Wall; Wangfujing; Wangfujing snack street; Yokohama Specie Bank; Zhengyi Road; Zhong'an Hotel; wall;
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- 1937 Haunted Beijing: what remains