CHINA: Homage By Reds

In no other country is Scholarship with a capital S so revered by all classes as in China, but this old land is changing fast and few expect bursts of scholarly observations in high classic style from a Chinese Communist leader in 1937. Last week as spring burgeoned, the Chinese people prepared to celebrate anew their Ching Ming or "Day of Spring Wind" Festival. The Nanking Government decided to invite various Chinese bigwigs on a nationalistic junket to the tomb at Chungpu of the legendary "First Chinese Emperor, Huang Ti." It was...