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Three women who explored the Gobi desert: Mildred Cabel, Francesca and Eva French in the 1920s.

Mildred Cable, and Eva and Francesca French CIM missionaries to the remote northwest of China and the Gobi desert.

“Pies de loto”, la extraña tradición de vendar los pies   http://marcianosmx.com/pies-loto-tradicion-vendar-pies/

Chinese foot binding is a now ancient tradition of wrapping the feet of young girls. This tradition died out, thankfully, about 100 years ago. The idea was, the smaller the feet, the more beautiful & feminine the girl.

Mildred Cable, Francesca French, Eva French

Mildred Cable, Francesca French, Eva French

Star Over Gobi: The Story Of Mildred Cable by Cecil Northcott

Star Over Gobi: The Story Of Mildred Cable - Cecil Northcott

W.E. Johns, Biggles in China

W.E. Johns, Biggles in China

Eric Liddell “We are all missionaries. Wherever we go we either bring people nearer to Christ or we repel them from Christ.”

Eric Liddel--Christian athlete and missionary to China (inspiration for the movie "Chariots of Fire")

Sven Hedin, Raadselen der Gobi

Sven Hedin, Raadselen der Gobi

To paraphrase Gilbert & Sullivan, Paul Byron Whipkey was the very model of a modern Army First Lieutenant.

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