Kashgar II

There is none of the Ozymandian triumphalism of Uzbekistan’s Timurid, Shaybanid or Samanid skyscraping here, no imperial proclamation in stone of primacy of worship...
Barber in Kaxgar

Chini Bagh

Avid and hopelessly anachronistic Great Game historians that we were, the city’s other offerings (few enough) were at best incidental, at worst inconsequential. In the annals of amateur travel (certainly in India)

Kashgar I

Well, Stanley Stewart would have to look hard to find a donkey—cart today in Kashgar. In 1994 (when presumably he undertook his odyssey from Shanghai to Islamabad...