The Press: Celestial Journalism

Peking University announced plans for a $500,000 School of Journalism. The money is now being raised. China, which in 1895 had only 31 native daily newspapers, now has over 800. The only School of Journalism in the country is that of St. John's University, Shanghai, which was opened by Don D. Patterson (now of the Missouri School of Journalism) in 1921.

The plans for the Peking School call for a building, an endowment, three professorships and two assistant professorships. Two of the professors will be American college men with newspaper experience; the third...

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