Foreign News: Leaning to One Side

The express from Shanghai clanked to a stop in Peiping's Chien Men station. Waiting on the platform was a solid array of Communist bigwigs—Chairman Mao Tse-tung, Commander in Chief Chu Teh, foreign affairs expert, Chou Enlai, a score of lesser party bosses and assorted "democratic personages." From the train into this welcoming group stepped dignified little Madame Sun Yatsen.

Her arrival in China's Communist capital was the big act in an intensive Communist drive to win friends for Soviet Russia. She is chairman of the new Sino-Soviet Friendship Association, now getting top play in...

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