Sequel to The Road to Buenos Aires, by Albert Londres, and dealing with the same subject, the white slave traffic. This second book was inspired by Londres' statement that the ""road"" had shifted to the Far East. After his death, Champly took up the investigation and proved the fact. The first book had a wide sale, not only to those interested professionally in problems of humanity, but to the general public. The story is told in journalistic style, with numerous anecdotal material and personal investigations.