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Travel writing first evolved with Pausanius, a Greek geographer from the 2nd century AD (Pretzler). In the literary genre known as "Youji Wenxue," authors such as Fan Chengda and Xu Xiake weaved geographical and topographical information into their writing while using narrative and prose. During the Song dynasty, Su Dongpo, a government official and poet, wrote about the Yangzi gorges and other remote southern places in China. In the Asian subcontinent, Sake Dean Mahomed published his traveldoi:10.5281/zenodo.1318827 fatcat:5u35xgbyq5debfsf6a2our4fey