CHINA: Unrest

Last week's percussion and repercussions throughout the Eastern Provinces of China (See also TIME, June 15, 22) :

Peking. Students, mostly children, backed by merchants, shopkeepers, coolies, continued to parade the streets demanding armed action against the British. Chief Executive Tuan Chi-jui requisitioned troops to guard foreigners. The Diplomatic Corps warned the Gov ernment that it must take energetic steps to quell anti-foreign disturbances. The Government replied that the disturbances were caused by foreigners.

Tuan Chi-jui, one of China's indolent and honest elder statesmen, rules...

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