Education: Chinese Colleges

At the outset of the Japanese invasion of China, Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek saw that he had millions of men who might line up the sights of a rifle but only thousands who could read a newspaper. Realizing that China would be in graver need of bright men after than brave men during the war, he requested students to stay in school and college. Consequently, in China's 13 U. S.-aided colleges,* enrollment remained within 1,800 of normal capacity. In the U. S. last week, the National Emergency Committee for Christian Colleges in China announced that an emergency fund...

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