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Section II - 1990 - 1999

SECTION II

 

Section II of the index covers the years from 1990 to 1999, Volumes XV-XXIII. Four issues were published each year, a schedule maintained to the present..

 

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CULTURE: ART, FILM, LITERATURE, MUSIC, THEATER

ECONOMICS

EDUCATION: IN CHINA, ABOUT CHINA

ENVIRONMENT, NATURE

GEOGRAPHY

HISTORY

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

LANGUAGE

NON-HAN ETHNIC GROUPS

MISCELLANEOUS

PHOTOGRAPHY: ESSAYS, EXHIBITS

POLITICS

RELIGION

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, MEDICINE

SOCIETY

SPORTS

TRAVELING, LIVING, WORKING: AMERICANS IN CHINA, CHINESE IN THE U.S.

USCPFA NATIONAL: CONVENTIONS, SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES

WOMEN: CHINESE, AMERICAN

REVIEWS: BOOKS, FILMS, MUSIC, THEATER

OBITUARIES

 

 

CULTURE: ART, FILM, LITERATURE, MUSIC, THEATER

 

Chen Haosu, “Friends of the Chinese People,” XXII, 1, 25, 27, 30

Deane, Hugh, “Documentary Film Depicting Nanjing Massacre Is Located,” XV, 3, 21

DeWitt, Cinny, “Feng Shui: 27 Concepts to Harmonize Your Life,” XXIII, 3, 20-21

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Art in Our Atoms,” XV, 3, 12-14

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Friendship Through the Arts: The Journey of One Thousand Highlights,” XVII, 3, 28-29

Faglie, Jean B., “Learning About Writing From the Heart,” XVI, 3, 10-11

Fei Fei, “The Four Treasures of the Study: The Writing Brush, Ink-Stack, Paper and Inkstone,” (reprinted from China Travel), XXIII, 1, 27

Grossman, Charles, “Artists Visit to Observe Carlson Centennial,” XX, 2, 19

Huang Youyi, “Publishing for Foreigners in China,” XV, 4, 13-14

Kennedy, Shirley, “Jazz Odyssey: The Status and Future of Jazz in China,” XVIII, 3, 14-16

Ketter, Marge, “Double Seventh Night,” XXII, 2, 24

Klapmeier, Jolie, “Dr. Seuss in China,” XV, 3, 9-11

LeMaster, J.R., “Mark Twain: Exposer of the ‘Dollar Empire’ A Speech by Lao She Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of Mark Twain,” XIX, 3, 11-15

Mendel, Robert J., “Qinghua Students Win Global Design Awards,” XXIII, 1, 15-17

Nersheim, John, “ABC’s of Chinese Culture,” XV, 3, 14-15

Novak, LaVergne, “Jade, a Heavenly Stone,” XXII, 2, 6-7

Randolph, Priscilla, “Friendship through the Arts Poetry,” XV, 3, 14-15

Robinson, James, “An Introduction to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Its China Collection,” XIX, 2, 16-17

Strommer, Bernice, “Chinese Landscape Art,” XVI, 3, 8-9

Timm, Ruth, “China – Its Contribution to the Arts,” (reprinted from the National League of Pen Women magazine),XVI, 3, 5-7

Tung, Timothy, “Liu Binyan’s Dissidence: A Review with Reminiscence,” XV, 2, 16-17

Tung, Timothy, “A Writer’s Lawsuit and His Porridge, XVI, 1, 19-20

Xie Lei, “China’s Film Industry Fights to Prosper,” XVII, 4, 21-22

Yeh Chun-Chan, “Prayer for Peace: A Memoir for Lao She,” XIV, 4, 8-12

 

ECONOMICS

 

“20 Years of Modernization,” (reprinted from China Daily), XXIII, 1, 9-10

Belaief, Lynne, “God’s Wrestling Match with China,” XX, 1, 8-9

Cardon, Charlotte M., “Two Museums Remind Us of America’s Age of Sailing Ships,” XIV, 1, 21-24

Cobb, Barbara, “New Development in Shanghai,” XXII, 4, 21-25

Cole, Lois, “Is China’s Hinterland Forgotten?” (reprinted from China Talk) XVIII, 1, 18-19

Crook, Isabel, “A Visit to Gung Ho Cooperatives in Longkou,” XV, 3, 22-23

Deane, Hugh, “A Revealing Inquiry into Mao’s Countryside,” XVI, 1, 13-16

Dollahite, Nancy, “Rural-Urban Gap Widens,” (reprint from China Information Bulletin) XVIII, 1, 20

Dollahite, Nancy, “Four Big Worries Preoccupy China,” (reprint from China Information Bulletin) XIX, 3, 5

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy,” XV, 4, 15-19

Epstein, Israel, “Greetings from Israel Epstein Winter 1999,” XXIII, 1, 14

Hinton, Joan, “Letter from the Countryside,” XXIII, 1, 13

Kehl, Frank, “Hong Kong 1997: Whom to Believe? What to Look for?” XXI, 2, 9-11

King, Marjorie, “Update on the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives,” XIX, 1, 16-18

Klug, Mary, “Project Hydraulic Ram – A Way of Bringing Water to Remote Villages,” XXI, 2, 20

Krebs, Sylvia, “Making a Difference, Wheat Grower Bai Qin’an,” XX, 1, 14-15

“Learning About China and Tolerance in a Brooklyn Elementary School, XVI, 2, 18

Li Rongxia, “Home Buying in China,” XXII, 4, 19-20

Li Wanru, “Gung Ho – An Old Movement Serving New Needs,” XVII, 1, 10-12

Li Xiaolin, “China Continues on the Path of Reform,” XIV, 2, 11-13

Lin, Peter Wusun, “Hong Kong, A Look Back and a Look Forward: The Perspective of One Chinese,” XXI, 3, 7-12

McFarland, Duncan, “China’s Economic Surge: Great Prospects, Serious Problems,” XVII, 3, 9-11

Pendleton, Richard, “Trickle-Down Misses Rural China,” (reprint) XX, 4, 23

Reinke, Lester, “Chinese Farm Experts Survey U.S. Dry Land,” (reprinted from San Francisco Bay News and Notes) XVII, 1, 26

Riskin, Carl, “China in Transition: Excerpts from behind the Silk Curtain,” XXI, 4, 8-9

Rux, Sue, “Yangtze Three Gorges Project,” XXII, 1, 19-20

Saari, Christine, “Kashgar: Renewed Trade Enlivens a Silk Road Outpost,” XIX, 2, 14-15

Sanders, Thomas B. “China: State Run Enterprise and Consumer Purchasing Power,” XVIII, 1, 21-22

Trescott, Paul B., “Recent Developments in China’s Economy,” XVII, 1, 6-9

Trescott, Paul B., “Recent Developments in China’s Economy,” XIX, 4, 18-20

Trescott, Paul B., “The Asian Financial Crisis,” XXII, 1, 15-18

Woronov, Naomi, “Market, Market Everywhere,” XXIII, 1, 11-12

Zhang Siying, “The Village That Stayed Collective: Dell Bisdorf’s Discovery of Liuzhang’s Success,” (reprinted from China Today) XVII, 4, 7-9

 

EDUCATION: IN CHINA, ABOUT CHINA

 

 

Belaief, Lynne, “Why China Needs Community Colleges?” XIV, 4, 21-22

Belaief, Lynne, “On Chinese Education and Educators,” XVIII, 1, 11-13

Belaief, Lynne, “God’s Wrestling Match with China,” XX, 1, 8-9

Belaief, Lynne, “Being Chinese in China,” XXII, 1, 24-25, 27

Brown, William, “On Enduring Rote Learning in China,” XX, 3, 16

Browning, Pamela, “The Chinese Educational Mission of the 1870s, All the Way from China,” XXII, 1, 12-14

Dollahite, Nancy, “Teaching English in China—A Revolutionary Act?” XV, 1, 16-18

Gao Jie, “Teaching English in the U.S.—An Experience More Than Exciting,” XIV, 4, 23-25

Klumpner, Karin, “Teaching Technical English in China – and Enjoying It,” XVII, 1, 24-25

Lederman, Marie Jean and Matthews, Roberta, S. with Lynne Belaief, “A Sharing of Educational Insights: The Ongoing Sino-American Education Conference,” XVI, 4, 22-24

“Questions and Answers: China’s Policy towards the Students Studying in America and Other Issues,” XIV, 3, 1990, 9-12

Ren Guoping, “Learning to Draw the Dragon,” XXI, 2, 24-25

Schleier, Curt, “Visiting Chinese Professor Relates to LaGuardia’s Diversity,” XVI, 4, 25-26

Trescott, Paul, “Western Influences on Chinese Higher Education,” XV, 3, 24-28

Woronov, Naomi, “Mining China’s ‘Gold Treasure’ Can education think tanks aid Chinese university systems?” XIX, 4, 7

Woronov, Naomi, “Happy Birthday, Zhejiang University,” XXI, 4, 11,13

Xu Yihe, “Eradicating Illiteracy in China,” XV, 2, 23-24

 

 

ENVIRONMENT, NATURE

 

Baldwin, Sheryl, “Chengdu’s Panda Breeding Station,” XX, 2, 22-24

Carpenter, Richard A., “Environmentalists Call for Clean-Up,” XV, 1, 6-8

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

 

HISTORY

 

 

Browning, Pamela, “The Chinese Educational Mission of the 1870s, All the Way from China,” XXII, 2, 12-14

“Carlson on the New Fourth Army,” XVII, 3, 19

Chevat, Isidore, “Long Time No See,” XXI, 4, 22-24

Crook, Isabel, “A Visit to Gung Ho Cooperatives in Longkou,” 3, 22-23

Deane, Hugh, “Remembering Maud Russell and Susan Warren,” XIV, 1, 5-8

Deane, Hugh, “Documentary Film Depicting the Nanjing Massacre Is Located,” XV, 3, 21

Deane, Hugh, “The Death and Times of John Birch,” XVIII, 1, 14-15

Deane, Hugh, “Remembering Koji Ariyoshi,” (reprint) XIX, 3, 21-23

Deane, Hugh, “Jack Belden: A Chungking Reminiscence,” XXI, 1, 18-20

Deane, Hugh, “German Diary Expands Knowledge of Nanjing Massacre,” XXI, 1, 25

Don Guangyu, “Strong, Snow and Smedley in Shaanxi Province,” XIX, 4, 21

Doo Leigh-Wai, “An American Called ‘The Father of Chinese Aviation,’” XXIII, 1, 18-20

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy, XV, 4, 15-19

Duan Liancheng, “An Appeal for Understanding: A Chinese journalist’s view of the background of Tiananmen,” XV, 1, 13-15

“The 85-Day Walkout of Downed Flier Joseph Baglio,” XV, 2, 20-22

Elliott, Molly, “Xian’s Lively Past and Present,” XV, 1, 20-21

Epstein, Israel, “Remembering James Bertram and Years of Important History,” (reprinted from Voice of Friendship) XVIII, 4, 24-25

Epstein, Israel, “Remembering James Bertram and Years of Important History,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 23-24

Grossman, Charles, “Eight Days in North Korea,” XVI, 1, 22-23

Grunfeld, A. Tom, “Owen Lattimore: Mongol Scholar, Victim of Lies,” XVI, 2, 6-9

“Guerillas Rescue a B-29 Bomber Crew,” (reprinted from New York Chapter China and Us) XV, 2, 18-20

Hardie, Raymond, “Homer of China,” XIV, 3, 1990, 13-14, 19-20

Harrison, Barbara, “Chinese Rescuers and American WWII Aviators Meet in Minnesota,” XVI, 2, 24

Hibbard, Peter, “The Peking Hotel Has a History,” XV, 4, 20-21

Hobbs, Mary, “Hong Kong: A Chinese City in Transition, XV, 2, 12-14

Hui Gu, “Seminar Appraises Stilwell’s Chinese Legacy,” XV, 4, 24-25

Jin Jianfan, “Helen Foster Snow: A Tribute,” XX, 3, 17-19

LeMaster, J.R., “Mark Twain: Exposer of the ‘Dollar Empire,’ A Speech by Lao She Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of Mark Twain,” XIX, 3, 11-15

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part I,” XVI, 3, 12-18

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part II,” XVI, 4, 13-20

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part III,” XVII, 4, 17-23

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part IV,” XVI, 2, 16-22

Lin Wusun, “The Nanjing Massacre: The Appalling Truth,” XIX, 3, 18-20

Liu Baiyu, “An Admiring Reminiscence of Evans Carlson,” XIV, 4, 13-14

Lu Xun, “On the Status of Chinese Women,” XIX, 1, 19

“Nanjing Massacre: A Surgeon’s Diary,” XX, 1, 23

Norton, Robert, “Horror in Nanking,” XV, 2, 7-9

O’Keefe, Laura K., “Maud Russell and the Far East Reporter,” XX, 2, 9-13

“Only a Girl,” XIV, 2, 19-20

Pendleton, Richard, “Tiananmen Exonerated,” XIV, 3, 1990, 7-8

Porter, Edgar A., “Ma Haide in Yan’an,” XX, 4, 8-14

Porter, Edgar A., “Ma Haide in the Cultural Revolution,” XXI, 2, 14-19

Service, John S., “Mourning Our Friends, Remembering the History They Helped to Shape,” XIX, 3, 7-9

Shao Tzuping, “Remembering the Nanjing Massacre and the Courageous Americans Who Strove to Limit and Publicize It,” XVIII, 4, 7-13

Sherman, Bernard D., “The Vindication of John S. Service,” XX, 3, 10-12

Soong Ching Ling, “The Awakening of Chinese Women,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 20-22

Tien, Joselyne Slade, “Friends and Foes: Hugh Deane’s History of Americans in and on China,” XV, 1, 8-12

Wang Xueliang, “The China Trade,” XXIII, 3, 7-8

Williams, Sue, “The Magic of Silk,” XV, 3, 19-20

Withan, Margaret, “Cuban-Chinese Relations: A Brief History,” XVI, 3, 19-20

Woronov, Naomi, “Happy Birthday, Zhejiang University,” XXI, 4, 11,13

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

Young, Richard M. T., “General Stilwell: Personal Observations,” XXI, 1, 15-17

Zhang Yan, “When Three GIs Dined with Mao,” (reprint) XVII, 4, 10-11

Zimmerman, Phyllis A., “Celebrating the Life of Evans F. Carlson,” XX, 2, 20-22

“Zhu De on the Death of John Birch,” XVIII, 4, 22-23

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

Cobb, Barbara, “The Long, Hot Summer of U.S.-China Relations,” XXIII, 4, 18-19

China Daily, “Defend the Olympic Spirit,” XX, 3, 24

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy,” XV, 4, 15-19

“How Beijing Sees Global Issues,” XIV, 4, 15-16

Lampton, David M., “Questions on U.S.-China Relations,” (adapted from Washington Seminar Talk), XVIII, 3, 10-11

Li Haibo, “Macao on the Threshold,” XXIII, 4, 19

Marks, Marcia B., “Russian Roulette at the American Embassy,” XVI, 1, 8-10

Qi Huaiyuan, “Building A New Type of Sino-U.S. Relations Geared to the 21st Century,” XXI, 3, 17-18, 22

Toffen, George B., “Peaceful Mainland-Taiwan Cultural Exchange: A Progress Report,” XX, 3, 14-15

Withan, Margaret, “Cuban-Chinese Relations: A Brief History,” XVI, 3, 19-20

Yan Xuetong, “China Doesn’t Pose Threat to the World,” XX, 2, 8, 13

 

LANGUAGE

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

“Commentary: Expressions of Concern and Criticism Are Compatible with True Friendship,” XV, 2, 14-15
 
Han Suyin, “China Reflections,” XIX, 2, 6

Mendel, Robert, “The Media and Misunderstanding,” XXI, 4, 14-15  XINHUA   

Leigh Wai-Doo, “American Media and the Chinese Image in the ‘90s,” XXI, 4, 16-17

Li Jianping, “China-US Partnerships: Sino-US Sister City Program,” XXII, 1, 6-7

Troy, Jean, “China-US Partnerships: Chattanooga-Wuxi, Sisters Since 1982,” XXII, 1, 7-8

Marvinney, Sandy, “China-US Partnerships: Seattle’s Sister City of Chongqing: Boomtown on the Yangtze,” XXII, 1, 8-9

Klapmeier, Jolie, “China-US Partnerships: Minneapolis-Harbin Sister City Program,” XXII, 1, 9-10

Cobb, Barbara, “China-US Partnerships: Resources for Partnership,” XXII, 1, 10-11

Robinson, Cyril D., “The Bagel and Its Origins – Mythical, Hypothetical and Undiscovered,” (reprint) XXIII, 2, 20-21

Katz, Melissa, “Adventure in Chinese Cooking,” XXIII, 3, 9-10

Kou Bian, “Chinese People’s Major Concerns,” XXIII, 4, 15

 

NON-HAN ETHNIC GROUPS

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: ESSAYS, EXHIBITS

 

Cobb, Barbara, “Snapshots of China,” XIX, 3, 16-17

Jin Xueqi, “The Hidden Temple of Baoen,” XXI, 3, 13

Saari, Christine, “Traditions—Modernization,” XV, 3, 16-17

Saari, Christine, “Chinese Basketry,” XV, 4, 26-27

Saari, Christine, “Sichuan Teahouses,” XVIII, 1, 16-17

Saari, Christine, “Chengdu Juxtapositions,” XIX, 3, 24-25

Saari, Christine, “The Sichuan Countryside,” XIX, 4, 22-23

 

 

POLITICS

 

 

Abrams, Herbert, K., “Chinese Characteristics: Contradictions of Today’s Socialism,” XVI, 2, 12-14

Belaief, Lynne, “Remaining Involved in China,” XIV, 2, 8-10

Caulfield, Henry P. Jr., “A Worried Chinese Look at the Environment,” XVII, 1, 14-16

Crook, Isabel and David, “A Struggle for Human Rights Is Being Waged Inside China,” XV, 4, 22

“Could He Be Quietly Imprisoned? The Case of Zhang Weiguo,” XV, 2, 15

Deane, Hugh, “Rectifying the Journalists, Handling the Union Threat,” XIV, 1,
9-11

Deane, Hugh, “Tiananmen: Notes on the First Anniversary,” XIV, 2, 4-7

Deane, Hugh, “A Revealing Inquiry into Mao’s Countryside,” XVI, 1, 13-16

Duan Liancheng, “An Appeal for Understanding: A Chinese journalist’s view of the background of Tiananmen,” XV, 1, 13-15

DuRand, Cliff, “Which Way China?” XIV, 4, 4-7

DuRand, Cliff, “Dang Chang Village Revisited,” XVI, 2, 6-8

Endicott, James G., “Governments Don’t Roll Over and Get Overthrown,” XIV, 1, 13-14

Hsiao Ching Chang, “Can It Be Quietly Closed Down? The Case of the World Economic Herald,” XV, 1, 22-23

“Human Rights in China: Selections from the U.S. and Chinese Statements,” XIX, 2, 7-12

Kehl, Frank, “Hong Kong 1997: Whom to Believe? What to Look for?” XXI, 2, 9-11

Klapmeier, Jolie Bleeker, “China’s Evolving Legal System,” XVIII, 3, 12-13

Li Xiaolin, “China Continues on the Path of Reform,” XIV, 2,11-13

Lin, Peter Wusun, “Hong Kong, A Look Back and a Look Forward: The Perspective of One Chinese,” XXI, 3, 7-12

Pendleton, Richard, “Tiananmen Exonerated,” XIV, 3, 1990, 7-8

“Questions and Answers: China’s Policy towards the Students Studying in America and Other Issues,” XIV, 3, 9-12

Toffen, George B., “Peaceful Mainland-Taiwan Cultural Exchange: A Progress Report,” XX, 3, 14-15

Wang Xueliang, “Haixuan (Oceanic Election System) Lishu County and Grassroots Democracy in the Chinese Countryside,” XXIII, 2, 12-14

Willmott, Bill, “Human Rights in China: A New Zealand View,” XX, 3, 22-23

Woronov, Naomi, “An American Educator’s View of China Today,” XIV, 1, 18-21

Young, Ann Marshall, “Not So Far Away: Visiting with Women Judges in China,” XXIII, 2, 7-11

Yi Ying, “Human Rights Are China’s Internal Affair,” (reprinted from Beijing Review),  XIV, 1, 14-17

 

RELIGION

 

 

Argue, Donald, McCarrick, Theodore E., Schneier, Arthur, “Religious Freedom in China,” (excerpted from delegation report; obtained from Appeal of Conscience Foundation), XXII, 4, 15-17

Carroll, Ewing W., Jr., “China’s Protestants – Running the Church Well,” XVI, 4, 6-8

Chevat, Edith and Isidore, “Harvard Sponsors a Conference on the Jewish Diasporas,” XVI, 4, 10-12

Cobb, Barbara, “Religion in China: Introduction,” XXII, 4, 8

Coryell, Dorethea Smith, “China Rethinks Its View of Missionaries,” XX, 3, 20-21

Deane, Hugh, “China Imposes New Controls on Religion,” XVIII, 3, 16

Gao Yang, “Ecumenism and the Chinese Church,” (from Amity News Service), XXII, 4, 13-14

Grams, Rod, “Religious Freedom Act Would Do More Harm than Good,” (reprinted from the Minneapolis  Star Tribune), XXII, 17-18

“Independence and Initiative in Management of Religious Affairs,” (excerpted from a PRC State Council Information Office report), XXII, 4, 11-12

John, Becky, “Notes on Resurgent Chinese Protestantism,” XVI, 4, 9-10

O’Keefe, Laura, “On the Missionary Performance: A Report on the Linfield Conference, XIX, 1, 14-15

Ting, K. H., “U.S. Policies on Religious Freedom Abroad,” XXII, 4, 17

Troy, Jean, “To Believe or Not to Believe,” XXII, 4, 9-11

Xin Jian, “Does the Chinese Church Need to Protect Its Independence Today?” (from Amity News Service), XXII, 4, 13

 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, MEDICINE

 

 

Abrams, Herbert K., “On Ma Haide Memorial, Changes in Health Care,” XIV, 2, 21-24

Browning, Pamela, “The Net’s Worth: pandorasbox.com?” XXIII, 4, 20-21

Dharmananda, Subhuti, “Chinese Medicine: Is It Right for You?” XXII, 2, 22-23

Drummer, Roger, “The Three Treasures and Chinese Toxic Herbs,” (reprinted from Tea Garden newsletter), XXIII, 1, 21-22
 
Katz, Melissa, “All Aboard the Smile Train,” XXII, 2, 10-11

Mueller, William, “The Qigong Master at Huangshan,” XVII, 3, 20

Rux, Sue, “Yangtze Three Gorges Project,” XXII, 1, 19-20

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

 

 

SOCIETY

 

Abrams, Herbert K., “Chinese Characteristics: Contradictions of Today’s Socialism,” XVI, 2, 12-14

Li Wen, “Ten Pieces of Paper,” XVII, 3, 15-18

Dollahite, Nancy, “On Peeling An Apple in China,” XV, 1, 19

DuRand, Cliff, “Dong Chang Village Revisited,” XVI, 2, 6-8

Gray, Sherry, “Arrests, Graduate Joblessness, Closed Factories,” XIV, 1, 11-12

Woronov, Naomi, “An American Educator’s View of China Today,” XIV, 1, 18-21

 

 

SPORTS

 

Delza, Sophia, “T’ai Chi Chuan: An Exercise-Art for All,” XVII, 1, 13

Delza, Sophia, “T’ai Chi Chuan: An Exercise-Art for All,” XX, 3-9

Petersen, Charles, “Peacemakers Here and Now: USCPFA-Minnesota Hosts Special Olympics Team from China,” XV, 3, 6-8

China Daily, “Defend the Olympic Spirit,” XX, 3, 24

 

 

TRAVELING, LIVING, WORKING: AMERICANS IN CHINA, CHINESE IN THE U.S.

 

 

Abrams, Herbert K., “On Ma Haide Memorial, Changes in Health Care,” XIV, 2, 21-24

Browning, Bethany, “Adopting a Chinese Child,” XXII, 28-9

Chan Yingjie, “Going Home to Shanghai,” XXII, 2, 16-21

Chevat, Edith, “A Look at Five Cities and the Yangtse,” XVIII, 4, 18-21

Chevat, Isidore, “Long Time No See,” XXI, 4, 22-24

Chevat, Isidore, “Travels with Bernie,” XXIII, 3, 11

Cheu, Richard A., “An Immigrant’s Dream,” XXI, 4, 20-21

Clarken, Rodney H., “’May You Live in Interesting Times,’” XXI, 1, 22-23

Clarken, Rodney H., “Pigs: A Chinese-American Cross-Cultural Experience,” XXI, 2, 21-23

Cobb, Barbara, “Musings on a Visit to Tibet,” XVII, 4, 20

Cobb, Barbara, “Happy Birthday, PRC,” XXIII, 4, 8

“A ‘Coming Home Crazy’ Sampler,” XVI, 1, 11-12

Cooper, Eleanor M., “Grace in China: A 20th Century Story with Timeless Themes,” XXIII, 4, 16-17

Crook, David, “Travels in Ningxia: A Muslim Oasis of Peace,” XVI, 2, 9-11

Crook, David, “Visiting China’s Past, Present and Future,” XVII, 4, 18-19

Deane, Beverly, “China on the Eve: Notes of a 1948 Vacationer,” XVI, 2, 15-17

Deane, Hugh, “The Death and Times of John Birch,” XVIII, 1, 14-15

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Sharing Perspectives: A Chinese-U.S. Women’s Issues Forum,”
XIX, 2, 20-21

Elliott, Molly, “Xian’s Lively Past and Present,” XV, 1, 20-21

Epstein, Israel, “Letter from Beijing,” XXII, 1, 23

Epstein, Israel, “Greetings from Israel Epstein Winter 1999,” XXIII, 1, 14

Faglie, Jean B., “Remembering the Circus in Kunming,” XVI, 1, 17-18

Finger, Daniel Dye, “My China Story,” XIX, 2, 20

Hamilton, Marianne, “The Roof of the World,” XVI, 2, 23, 30

Harcourt, Marion, “Three Cities on the Yangtse,” XVIII, 3, 17-18

Harrison, Barbara and Cobb, Barbara, “Chinese Travel in the US,” XXII, 1, 12

Hirsch, Claire, “Snapshots from a Family Outing,” XXI, 4, 18-19

Horowitz, Mel, “Albany Chapter and CTUS,” XXII, 1, 12-14

Klug, Mary, “Temples, Monks and Promises,” XX, 1, 11-13

Klug, Mary, “Project Hydraulic Ram—A Way of Bringing Water to Remote Villages,” XXI, 2, 20

Krebs, Sylvia, “Letter from Nanjing: The View from the Nineteenth Floor,” XVII, 3, 8

Krebs, Sylvia, “Zhenjiang: Outside the Iron Gates, Off the Main Street,” XIX, 2, 13

Krebs, Sylvia, “Ningxia: A World Away,” XXI, 3, 6, 30

Hinton, Joan, “Letter from the Countryside,” XXIII, 1, 13

Jin Jianfan, “Helen Snow: A Tribute,” XX, 3, 17-19

McFarland, Duncan, “Guangdong Hosts International Friendship Delegation,” XVI, 1, 24-25

Mah Y., “Home Revisited: A Personal Inquiry,” XIX, 1, 10-13

Mann, Mary Jane, “Panorama of Ancient Wonders and Modern Changes Await China Tourists,” XIV, 2, 29

Marks, Marcia B., “Russian Roulette at the American Embassy,” XVI, 1, 8-10

Mattson, Phyllis H., “Deep in the Heart of China,” XVIII, 1, 23-26

Mattson, Phyllis H., “Return to China: The Shock of the New,” XXI, 3, 19-22

Orr, Bob, “Floods of 1996 Ravage Far West China, Too,” XX, 4, 7

Ren Guoping, “Learning to Draw the Dragon,” XXI, 2, 24-25

Saari, Christine, “Kashgar: Renewed Trade Enlivens a Silk Road Outpost,” XIX, 2, 14-15

Saari, Christine, “Journey into the Past: A university professor revisits his home town in the mountains of Sichuan,” XX, 2, 14-17

Schleier, Curt, “Visiting Chinese Professor Relates to LaGuardia’s Diversity, XVI, 4, 25-26

Sherman, Alana, “Shanghai: A New Yorker’s Admiration,” XX, 3, 13

Skold, Walter, “Lazarus Foundation Aids Remote Chinese Region,” XX, 4, 15

Smith, Shirley, “A Student’s View of China,” XIX, 4, 29-30

Staver, Virginia, “How the Blind Can See China,” XV, 4, 23-24

“Talitha Gerlach Honored as She Turns 95,” XV, 2, 29

Tung, Timothy, “Changing China, A Personal Observation,” XVII, 3, 12-14

Woronov, Naomi, “The Other Half of Liberation: China’s Changing Ways,” XXI, 4, 10-13

Young, Ann Marshall, “Not So Far Away: Visiting with Women Judges in China,” XXIII, 2, 7-11

Zhang Yan, “USCPFA: My Second Home,” XVIII, 3, 7

 

USCPFA NATIONAL: CONVENTIONS, SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES

 

“Beijing Facing the 21st Century: A Photo Exhibit,” XXIII, 2, 19

Cobb, Barbara, “USCPFA Legal Origins,” XXII, 1, 21-22

Clumpner, Karin, “Washington Seminar Examines China’s Future,” XIX, 2, 18-19

Clumpner, Karin, Marienthal, John and Morris, Paul, “USCPFA Seminar Examines Environmental Issues,” XXI, 3, 14-16

Deane, Hugh, Morris, Paul, and McFarland, Duncan, “Our Fourteenth National Convention,” XVII, 4, 12-16

Deane, Hugh, “Journey to the Beginning,” XVIII, 4, 14-17

“Excerpts from the Convention Eloquence,” XV, 4, 11-13

Ledman, Paul J., “Portland, Maine to Host 1997 USCPFA Convention,” XX, 4, 26-27

McFarland, Duncan, “A Revitalized USCPFA Holds Thirteenth National Convention,” XV, 4, 8-10

Morris, Paul, “National Leaders Join Youxie’s 40th Birthday,” XVIII, 3, 19

Morris, Paul and Klumpner, Karin, “Changing China: USCPFA’s National Convention,”
 XIX, 4, 8-11

Morris, Paul and Arline, Johanna, “Seminar Examines a Troubled Year in U.S.-China Relations,” XX, 2, 6-7, 18

Morris, Paul, “Maine Hosts 16th USPFA National Convention,” XXI, 3, 23-24

Morris, Paul, “Washington Seminar: U.S.-China Relations,” XXIII, 3, 12-13, 19, 26

“Report on the Twelfth Convention,” XIV, 1, 4

Service, John, “Remembering Dixie Mission and Koji Ariyoshi,” XVII, 4, 17

“A Slab of a Giant Redwood Is USCPFA Gift to China,” XXI, 2, 12-13

“US-China People’s Friendship Association 1995 National Convention,” XIX, 2, no pp. #

“USCPFA Gets Home Page on the Internet,” XX, 2, 18

 

WOMEN: CHINESE, AMERICAN

 

Cobb, Barbara, “Organizing China’s Women,” XXIII, 4, 13

Cooper, Eleanor M., “Grace in China: A 20th Century Story with Timeless Themes,” XXIII, 4, 16-17

Deane, Hugh, “Reflections on the Women’s Conference,” XIX, 4, 16-17

Douglas, Carole, “Love and Marriage—and Maybe Divorce—Chinese Style,” XVI, 2, 14-15

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “The Women’s Conference: In a Global Village We Are Sisters,” XIX, 4, 12-13

Fuller, Joyce, “The Women’s Conference: The Huairou Achievement A Vision for the Future,” XIX, 4, 13-14

“Helen Snow Appeals to Chinese President for Release of Political Prisoners,” XX, 3, 25

Krebs, Sylvia, “Between Sky and Earth,” XVI, 2, 10-11

Lu Xun, “On the Status of Chinese Women,” XIX, 1, 19

Ma Xiao, “China’s Women Now: Discrimination Is Widespread But More Questioning Voices Are Heard,” XIV, 4, 17-20

Morris, Paul, “Chinese Women Carry On After 1995 Conference,” XX, 4, 7

Noyes, Gertrude, “The Women’s Conference: Attendees Chart Path to Equality, Development and Peace,” XIX, 4, 15

“Only a Girl,” XIV, 2, 21-22

Soong Ching Ling, “The Awakening of Chinese Women,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 20-22

Tien, Joseleyne Slade, “The Herstory of Chinese American Women,” XIV, 2, 14-18

Woronov, Naomi, “The Other Half of Liberation: China’s Changing Ways,” XXI, 4, 10-12

Xiao Ma, “Women’s Work and Marriage in Today’s China,” XVI, 2, 11-13

Yang Ling, “A Great Woman—Soong Ching Ling,” XXIII, 4, 14-15

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

Zhu Dongmei, “Holding Up Half the Sky: The Chinese Women’s Situation,” XXIII, 4, 9-12, 26

 

 

REVIEWS: BOOKS, FILMS, MUSIC, THEATER

 

“Abode of Illusion”(film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVII, 3, 21

The Age of Hirohito: In Search of Modern Japan by Daikichi, Irokawa; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XX, 1, 24-25

All the Tea in China by Kit Chow and Ione Kramer; reviewed by Eric Canapa, XV, 3, 30

Asian Frontier Nationalism: Owen Lattimore and the American Policy Debate by James Cotton; China Memoirs: Chiang Kai-shek and the War Against Japan by Owen Lattimore; Owen Lattimore and the “Loss” of China by Robert P. Newman; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XVI, 2, 6-9

The Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord’s Son by Guanlong Cao; reviewed by Joyce Fuller, XX, 4, 26, 30

Beautiful Imperialist: China Perceives America, 1972-1990 by David Shambaugh; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, 26-27, XXI, 1, 26-27

Black Hands of Beijing: Lives of Defiance in China’s Democracy Movement by George Black and Robin Munro; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 1, 27-28

Blue Guide to China by Frances Wood: reviewed by Ernest Chann, XIX, 2, 22-23

The Blue House by Cheng Haishan; reviewed by Margaret Witham, XIV, 3, 23-24

Bolshevik Salute by Wang Meng; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XIV, 2, 25-27

Burying Mao: Chinese Politics in the Days of Deng Xiaoping by Richard Baum; reviewed by Paul Morris, XX, 2, 25

“The Cannon Team of the Qing Empire (film); reviewed by Duncan McFarland, XV, 1, 25

The Changing World of Mongolia’s Nomads by Melvyn C. Goldstein and Cynthia M. Beall; reviewed by Martin Rivlin, XIX, 4, 24

Chaos Under Heaven: The Shocking Story Behind China’s Search for Democracy by Gordon Thomas; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 22-23

China and the American Dream: A Moral Inquiry by Richard Madsen; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XIX, 4, 26-28

China Born: Adventures of a Maverick Bookman; reviewed by Karen Kuhlman, XIV, 3, 21-22

China’s Brain Drain to the United States: Views of Overseas Students and Scholars in the 1990s by David Zweig and Chen Changgui; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XX, 1, 26-27

China Hands: The Adventures and Ordeals of the American Journalists Who Joined Forces with the Great Chinese Revolution by Peter Rand; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XX, 1, 28-29

China’s Fate: A People’s Turbulent Struggle with Reform and Repression, 1980-1990 by Edward A. Gargan; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 23

China’s Imperial Way by Kevin Bishop; reviewed by Saralei Farner, XXI, 4, 27

China Shakes the World by Jack Belden; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprint), XXI, 1, 20-21

China Wakes: The Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power by Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XIX, 1, 27

China on the Edge – The Crisis of Ecology and Development by He Bochuan; reviewed by Henry P. Caulfield, Jr., XVII, 1, 14-16

China Rising: The Meaning of Tiananmen by Lee Feigon; reviewed by Paul Morris, XV, 2, 27

The Chinese Secret Service: Kang Sheng and the Shadow Government in Red China by Roger Faligot and Remi Kauffer; reviewed by Paul Morris, XV, 1, 24-25

Chinese Village, Socialist State by Edward Friedman, Paul G. Pickowicz and Mark Selden; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 1, 13-16

The Coming Conflict with China by Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XXI, 2, 27-28

Coming Home Crazy by Bill Holm; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 1, 27

The Conversion of Missionaries: Liberalism in American Protestant Missions in China, 1907-1932 by Xi Lian; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XXI, 2, 29

Crisis at Tiananmen: Reform and Reality in Modern China by Yi Mu and Mark V. Thompson; reviewed Christine Kelley, XIV, 2, 27-28

Dangerous Pleasures: Prostitution and Modernity in Twentieth Century Shanghai by Gail Hershatter; XXII, 4, 26-27

Daughter by Yang Gang; reviewed by Annette T. Rubenstein, XIV, 3, 22-23

“The Day the Sun Turned Cold”(film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XXIII, 4, 22

Deng Xiaoping by Uli Franz; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIV, 1, 25-27

The Dragon’s Pearl by Sirin Phathanothai with James Peck; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 4, 24-25

East Gate of Kaifeng: A Jewish World Inside China edited by M. Patricia Needle, XVI, 2, 25-26

Edgar Snow: A Biography by John Maxwell Hamilton; reviewed by Susan Witty, XIV, 1, 27-29

Edgar Snow’s Journey South of the Clouds by Robert M. Farnsworth; reviewed by E. Grey Diamond (reprint from Letters for Members Only), XVI, 1, 26-27

Eldest Son: Zhou Enlai and the Making of Modern China by Han Suyin; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 3, 24

Encountering the Chinese—A Guide for Americans by Hu Wenzhong and Cornelius L. Grove; reviewed by Lynne Belaief, XVI, 1, 26

Escape to Shanghai: A Jewish Community in China by James Ross; reviewed by Edith Chevat, XIX, 3, 26-27

Evening Chats in Beijing: Probing China’s Predicament by Perry Link; reviewed Timothy Tung, XVII, 1, 27

Fires of the Dragon: Politics, Murder and the Kuomintang by David Kaplan; reviewed by John S. Service, XVII, 4, 27-28

A Floating Life: The Adventures of Li Bo by Simon Elegant; (no reviewer listed) XXII, 2, 27, 25

From Opium War to Liberation by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Lin Wusun (excerpted from The South China Morning Post), XXI, 4, 25-26

From Opium War to Liberation by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Barbara Harrison, XXIII, 1, 21

From Vagabond to Journalist: Edgar Snow in Asia, 1928-1941 by Robert Farnsworth; Season of High Adventure: Edgar Snow in China by S. Bernard Thomas; reviewed by Joselyne Ashford Slade, XXI, 1, 11-14

The Garden Art of China by Chen Lifang and Yu Sianglin; reviewed by Bernice H. Strommer, XVI, 3, 23

“The Gate of Heavenly Peace” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XX, 2, 27-28

“The Gate of Heavenly Peace” (film); reviewed by Hugh Deane, XX, 2, 28-29

The Genius of China: 3000 Years of Science, Discovery and Invention by Robert Temple; (no reviewer listed) XXIII, 3, 23

The Genius That Was China (television production): reviewed by Steven A. Leibo, XIV, 4, 26

Golden Inches: The China Memoir of Grace Service edited by John S. Service; reviewed by Cynthia K. McLean, XV, 2, 25-26

The Good Man of Nanjing: The Diaries of John Rabe edited by Edwin Wickert and translated from the German by John Ed. Woods; (no reviewer listed), XXIII, 3, 23

The Great Reversal: The Privitization of China, 1978-1989 by William Hinton; reviewed by Hugh Dean, XVI, 3, 21-22

High Tartary by Owen Lattimore; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 4, 24

A Higher Kind of Loyalty by Liu Binyan; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XV, 2, 16-17

Human Rights in China by Beijing Information Office of the State Council; reviewed by Mary Jane Mann and William L. Hanson, XVI, 1, 27-28

The Illustrated Tao Te Ching translated by Kwak Man-Ho, Martin Palmer and Jay Ramsay; (no reviewer listed) XXIII, 3, 23

Inside China, 1943-1945: An Eyewitness Account of America’s Mission to Yanan by W. J. Peterkin; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 2, 24-25

The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XVI, 2, 26

“Ju Dou” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, Deborah Ullrich, Duncan McFarland and Richard Pendleton, XV, 3, 30-32

“King of the Children” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XIV, 3, 26

The Korean War: An Unanswered Question by Channing Liem; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 1, 28

Language and Culture by Yancheng Deng and Runqing Liu; reviewed by Nancy C. Whitman, XIX, 2, 24-25

Lapse of Time by Wang Anyi; reviewed Joyce Fuller, XXI, 2, 28

Lest We Forget: Nanjing Massacre, 1937 by Xu Zhigeng; reviewed by Moss Roberts, XX, 1, 19-22

“Life on a String” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVI, 3, 24-25

Lost in Translation by Nichol Mones; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXIII, 1, 28

Ma Haide: The Saga of American Doctor George Hatem in China by Sidney Shapiro; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 3, 24-25

Mandate of Heaven: A New Generation of Entrepreneurs, Dissidents, Bohemians and Technocrats Lays Claim to China’s Future by Orville Schell; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVIII, 4, 27

Marxism and the Chinese Experience edited by Arif Dirlik and Maurice Meisner; reviewed by Hugh Deane, (reprinted from Science and Society) XV, 4, 28-29

The Middle Heart by Bette Bao Lord; reviewed by Karin L. Clumpner, XXI, 3, 27

A Mongolian Tale (film); reviewed by Anne Peramaki, XXI, 3, 25-26

The New Emperors: China in the Era of Mao and Deng by Harrison E. Salisbury; The Claws of the Dragon: Kang Sheng—the Evil Genius Behind Mao, and His Legacy of Terror in People’s China by John Bryon and Robert Pack; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVI, 2, 19-22

New Ghosts, Old Dreams: Chinese Rebel Voices edited by Geremie Barme and Linda Jaivin; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 26

New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution edited by William A. Joseph, Christine P.W. Wong and David Zweig; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XIX, 3, 27-28

On Gold Mountain by Lisa See; reviewed Joyce Fuller, XX, 3, 29

On Her Own: Journalistic Adventures from San Francisco to the Chinese Revolution 1925-27 by Milly Bennet; reviewed by Israel Epstein, XIX, 2, 25

The Origins of the Korean War. Vol. I: Liberation and the Emergence of Separate Regimes, 1945-1947; Vol. II, The Roaring of the Cataract, 1947-1950 by Bruce Cuming; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprint), XX, 3, 26-27

The Paper Dragon by Marguerite Davol; reviewed by Louann Jones, XXII, 1, 26

A Portrait of Lost Tibet by Rosemary Jones Tang; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XX, 3, 27-28

The Private Life of Chairman Mao: The Memoirs of Mao’s Personal Physician by Li Zhisui; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 2, 23-24

Qigong for Arthritis: The Chinese Way of healing and Prevention—Massage, Cavity Press, and Qigong Exercises by Yang Jwing-Ming; (no reviewer listed), XXII, 2, 26

Red Azalea by Anchee Min; reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVIII, 3, 22-23

Red Cat, White Cat: China and the Contradictions of Market Socialism by Robert Weil; reviewed by Martin Rivlin, XX, 4, 24-25

Red China Blues: My Long March from Mao to Now by Jan Wong; reviewed by Paul Morris, XXI, 3, 27

Red Scarf Girl by Ji-Li Jiang: (no reviewer listed), XXII, 2, 26-27

“Red Sorghum” (film); reviewed by Anne Peramaki, XIV, 3, 24-28

Religion in China Today by Foster Stockwell; (reprint) reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XIX, 1, 27-28

The Rise of China: How Economic Reform Is Creating a New Superpower by William A. Overholt; reviewed by Shawn B. Jensen, XVIII, 4, 26-27

A Sampler of Chinese Literature from the Ming Dynasty to Mao Zedong translated, compiled and edited by Sydney Shapiro; reviewed by Guo Xin (reprint), XXI, 1, 27

The Secret Speeches of Chairman Mao: From the Hundred Flowers to the Great Leap Forward edited by Roderick MacFarquhar, Timothy Cheek and Eugene Wu; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprinted from Science and Society), XVIII, 1, 28-29

Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer, translated by Richard Graves (book and film); reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXII, 1, 26-27

Silk Road by Jeanne Larsen; reviewed by Archie McKee, XVI, 2, 26

A Single Tear: A Family’s Persecution, Love, and Endurance in Communist China by Wu Ningkun; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVIII, 3, 20-21

The Spiral Road: Changes in a Chinese Village through the Eyes of a Communist Party Leader by Huang Shu-min; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 4, 28-29

“The Story of Qiu Ju” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XVII, 3, 23,

“To Live” (film); reviewed by Edith Chevat, XIX, 1, 25-26

A Town Called Shaoyang: Witnessing Dynastic Changes in China by Antoinette Farnnham Stepanek, A Town Called Shaoyang: Introducing Industry Appropriate to China by Joseph E. Stepanek; reviewed by Paul B. Trescott, XVII, 4, 29-31

“The Twin Bracelets” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVII, 3, 21-22

Wild Swans by Jung Chang; reviewed by Hongjin Kang, XVIII, 3, 21-22

Wild Swans by Jung Chang; reviewed by Joseleyne Ashford Slade, XX, 1, 16-18

The White-Haired Girl: Bittersweet Adventures of a Little Red Soldier by Jaia Sun-Childers and Douglas Childers; reviewed by Paul Morris, XXI, 3, 26-27

Woman in World History: Soong China Ling by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Susan Witty, XVII, 4, 25-27

The Women Trilogy by Bai Fengxi; reviewed by Mary Jane Mann, XVI, 1, 28

Xiu Xiu, the Sent-Down Girl (film); reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXIII, 4, 23

 

 

OBITUARIES

 

Adler, Sol, XVIII, 3, 5
Auerbach, Arnold J., XXI, 4
Auerbach, Gussie, XVI, 2, 27
Bisdorf, Dell, XVI, 4, 12
Cameron, Alison Stilwell, XV, 4, 25
Chen, Jack, XIX, 3, 7-9
Chou, James, XVIII, 3,
Chung, Warren Yip, XXI, 1, 4
Colvin, Estelle, XVII, 1, 12
Deane, Beverly, XVII, 1, 12
Delza, Sophia, XX, 3, 8
Engle, Paul, XV, 2 10
Fairbank, John K., XV, 4, 4
Gerlach, Talitha, XIX, 3, 9-10
Grimm, Carl, XVI, 4, 12
Gross, Joseph, XV, 2, 2
Haimowitz, Leonore, XX, 1, 9
Han Xu, XVIII, 3, 6
Hsiao Ch’ien, XXIII, 2, 25
Hu, Bill, XVIII, 1, 30
Kelenson, Milton, XVIII, 3, 25
Kirchner, William, XXIII, 2, 25
Koji Ariyoshi, XIX, 3, 21-23
Lee George A., XVII, 3, 26
Marienthal, Dianne, XX, 4, 28
Melby, John, XVII, 1, 23
Needham, Joseph, XX, 1, 10
Ptashne, Mildred, XXIII, 1, 26
Rosinger, Lawrence, XIX, 1, 30
Salisbury, Harrison, XVII, 3, 27
Schuman, Julian, XIX, 3, 9
Service, John, XXIII, 2, 24
Shapiro, Gerald, XIX, 1, 30
Sills, Benjamin, XIV, 2, 2
Snow, Helen Foster, XX, 4, 6
Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 1, 3-4
Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 2, 4
Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 4, 24
Stanley, Margaret, XV, 2, 2
Stewart, Maxwell, XIV, 2, 2
Tang, Loretta Zhou, XXIII, 1, 26
Welch, Marianne, XV, 1, 30
Whipple, Charles, XV, 4, 21
Williams, Robert, XX, 4, 7
Zhang Wenjin, XV, 2, 2
Zhao Yihe, XV, 1, 30

 

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