Contains Healy's description of the couple's tour of Japan, from May through October 1920. Includes her visit to the following places, among others: Yokohama, Tokyo, Kawakura, Matsushima, Aomori, Sappora, Nikko, Nagano, Mt. Fuji, Nara, Kyoto, and Kobe. Healy writes about her encounters with various aspects of Japanese culture and people, particularly geisha, public baths and onsen spas, cuisine, kimonos, Mikimoto pearls, temples, and the Ainu people.
The couple left Japan for Korea on Oct. 5, 1920. They spent time in Seoul, visiting with the YMCA hospital and colleges there. Healy also writes about attending a baseball game, and summarizes her interactions with various members of the Korean Independence Movement, including the Radical and Conservative independence parties.
They left Korea after about a week and went to Peking, China, arriving Oct. 11, 1920. Healy writes about visiting the Temple of Heaven, the Western and Ming Tombs, the Great Wall, and Taianfu. They set up a house near the Marine base and lived in Peking for about a month. She describes the process of establishing a house with servants. Finally, the couple departed for Manila at the end of 1920, arriving Dec. 15. The volume ends on Dec. 18, 1920.