Lady Cripps. head of the British United Aid to China Fund, reached Nanking with her young daughter last week, bringing British good will, good works and goods, including a 24-piece dessert service for Madame Chiang Kaishek, and a 40-piece porcelain tea service for Madame Sun Yatsen. The Chinese responded with an enthusiastic welcome, including a poem in her honor by Ambassador to Britain Cheng Tien-hsi:
Millions of Hangs and Wangs with open arms
Albion's maiden envoy will embrace,
Whose rare benevolence and natural charms
Profoundly touch the heart of an ancient race....