The Press: Honored Editor

In the 20 months since they took Shanghai from the Chinese, the Japanese have gradually tightened their censorship of the Chinese and English language press. Papers outside the International Settlement were easy to deal with, and even those inside have tactfully toned down their anti-Japanese news. But one newspaper the Japanese have been unable to muzzle is Ta Mei Wan Pao (meaning Great American Evening Newspaper), Chinese-language edition of the Shanghai Evening Post & Mercury, which is owned by the Far East's No. 1 life insurer, bustling Cornelius Vander Starr. By printing...

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