CHINA: Unrest

The anti-foreign movement in China (TIME, July 6 et seq.) continued to smoulder. Only at Nanking did a flame burst forth. That was when a British subject was killed in a factory near that town. Vast volumes of smoke, in the shape of talk, gave tangible evidence that Chinese fires of hatred had in no way been extinguished in other places.

Generally, considerable impatience was displayed toward the inactivity of the Powers who are to call a conference to settle some of the grievances of which the Chinese so bitterly complain (TIME, July 2).


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