CHINA: Jehovah v. Sun

Chinese colleges and universities are now forbidden by the Nationalist Government to require that their students shall attend prayers. Contrarily both faculty and students are required to attend, at least once a week, a memorial service for the late Dr. Sun Yatsen, founder of and omnipresent inspiration the Nationalist Party (TIME, July 16).

Because of these regulations the Presbyterian Missions Board of Governors, at Manhattan, ordered closed last week for an indefinite period the 81-year-old Hangchow Christian College at Hangchow, China.

Most other Christian institutions of Chinese learning are now obeying the...

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