Mekong River: From Source to Sea Map
This is a double sided, illustrated, folded map of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. On one side of this large sheet there are 9 essays describing key features of the region, with 27 colour photographs. The essays cover Source of the Mekong; Ethnic Minorities; Trees, Plants and Herbal Medicine; Animals and Mammals; Expeditions and Explorers; River Creatures and Fish; Mysteries of the Mekong; Geology; and, The Water of Life: Livelihoods. On the other side of the sheet is a 1:3, 150,000 scale map of the Greater Mekong Sub-Region showing the countries Thailand; Myanmar (Burma); Vietnam; Laos; Cambodia and the Chinese provinces of Yunnan and Guangxi. This illustrated map provides an overview of the region which may be studied by the visitor to aid planning and carried whilst travelling.
- Sheet map | 1 pages
- 116 x 246 x 10mm | 140.61g
- 01 Jan 2013
- Odyssey Publications,Hong Kong
- Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
- 27 colour photos
About Caroline Courtauld
Caroline Courtauld is a writer, published photographer, and documentary film producer and researcher. Her publications include books on Burma, Hong Kong and China. From 1992 to 1997 she worked with Jonathan Dimbleby and Francis Gerard on a BBC documentary project about Hong Kong in the period up to its transfer of sovereignty to China. Her involvement in a television documentary on the history of Hong Kong led to another book, The Hong Kong Story, which was published by Oxford University Press in June 1997.