Chinese American understanding: a sixty-year search. Chih Meng.

Chinese American understanding: a sixty-year search

New York: China Institute in America, 1981. 255p., illustrations, first edition boards gilt; faint soiling foredge; within, all is clean and sound, gift inscription in Chinese by the author, with his red chop. Autobiographical account of a Chinese student from a wealthy family who became a student in the US, becoming the director of the China Institute in America in 1930. Photos show him with US policymakers such as George Marshall, Albert Wedemeyer, Henry Luce.

Cat.No: 17608

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