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Hunting the South China Tiger – From the 1900s to Mao…

Posted: November 11th, 2019 | 2 Comments »

An article by me on the hunting of the South China Tiger in Fujian, Hong Kong and throughout South East Asia as well as a few other escaped tiger tales from Shanghai, Stanley and Singapore in the South China Post Magazine – https://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/long-reads/article/3036511/american-hunter-who-hastened-demise-south-china

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2 Comments on “Hunting the South China Tiger – From the 1900s to Mao…”

  1. 1 Chris said at 7:48 pm on November 16th, 2019:

    An interesting, enjoyable read! The pic of the warlord riding the tiger-that seemed like a bad idea-unless the tiger was stuffed!

  2. 2 Paul French said at 8:05 am on December 13th, 2019:

    the tiger was stuffed and the warlord probably a little pickled too

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