CHINA: Static Crisis

Beyond the bare announcement of a civil war in Szechwan, largest Chinese Province, which is situate at the extreme west of the Tibetan border, nothing of a positive nature occurred in China or about China or out of it. The crisis, which has been for some weeks in existence (TIME, June 15 et seq.) was still present, but was rapidly taking on a traditional Chinese aspect and becoming stolid, static.

Writing to The New York World, General Feng-Yu-hsiang, "Chinese Christian Soldier," said: "We Chinese have been butchered ruthlessly by the British," who...

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