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  • Author:
    James Dyer Ball
  • ISBN:
    054890605X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0548906057
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    Kessinger Publishing, LLC (February 21, 2008)
  • Pages:
    828 pages
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    Asia
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James Dyer Ball (波乃耶) (4 December 1847 in Canton, China – 22 February 1919 in London, England) was a Hong Kong scholar and author born in Canton. He is noted for works on Chinese culture and for contributing to the development of the system of Cantonese Romanisation. Ball was the son of the Reverend Dyer Ball of Massachusetts, United States, and his much younger second wife, Scottish missionary Isabella Robertson.

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Continue reading the main story. 1. Ball's "Things Chinese. The New York Times Archives. This is a cyclopaedia, the result of nearly forty years spent in observing and studying the Chinese in their own land in almost every as pect of their life and character. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement.

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