China Reporting: An Oral History of American Journalism in the 1930's and 1940's
University of California Press, Jan 23, 1990 - History - 230 pages
China Reporting documents the gathering of American journalists, diplomats and China scholars, "old China hands" all, who met in 1982 to discuss their experience in China. China Reporting documents the gathering of American journalists, diplomats and China scholars, "old China hands" all, who met in 1982 to discuss their experience in China.
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