Foreign News: Etiquette

Pride of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek are the series of great airports which his Nationalist Government is building across north and central China. A new one was nearing completion last week at Haichow, 250 miles north of Shanghai and at the very edge of the Japanese sphere of influence. Out to see the new airport went a trainload of tourists, among whom were 18 toothy, smiling little Japanese in civilian clothes. Sentries met them at the wire gates, guides were assigned to show them around. Hissing polite appreciation, the Japanese went everywhere, promptly unloaded...

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