Tientsin is a dreary place in a salt plain, and the climate is very cold, as it is throughout North China.
Tientsin is a large city, nearly as large as Peking, with about a million inhabitants.
All watched the glare of the searchlight for about three hours, till it disappeared across the plain in the direction of Tientsin.
There were numerous instances in the siege of Tientsin of disregard of death.
My intentions, sir, are to make my way at once down to Tientsin.
During his stay at Tientsin there is little of any interest to record.
I got it from some men who were fighting at Tientsin and returned home wounded.
There are, we know, a considerable number of the Chinese between us and Tientsin.
In Tientsin, for example, they publish several daily newspapers which sell for a copper apiece.
It is probable that stirring events are going on at Tientsin.