China Journal — II

Karnow, Stanley
June 1973
New Republic;6/23/73, Vol. 168 Issue 25, p18
Relates the experience of the author while covering news in China. Limitation of visitors to China due a severe shortage of hotel space; View of the foreigners who resided in Peking before the Liberation; Confinement of foreign diplomats and journalists to a ghetto of special apartment houses and legations; Description of George Hatem, who was born in Buffalo and first went to Shanghai in 1933 as a young physician; Description of the Peking airport; View of the Chinese that the U.S. threat has been replaced by the Soviet threat.


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