CHINA: Unrest

The unrest in Eastern China, stirred up by the Shanghai riots (TIME, June 15 et seq.), again broke out with violence and threats at several points.

At Peking the Chinese staff of the British Legation remained on strike, despite representations made to the Government. At the suburban railway station of Paomachang, which is much used by foreigners, two large signs, warning Britishers to leave the country or risk being killed, were nailed up.

At Hongkong, a Chinese passenger jumped off a street car, leaving behind him a shrieking bomb, especially designed to put...

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