CHINA: Employment Available

Showing none of the pardonable touchiness with which the Chinese, at times, protest their ability to get along without foreign help after the war, the Roman Catholic Bishop and Vicar Apostolic of Nanking, last week in Manhattan, outlined a plan of his own for recruiting that help on a grand scale. The plan: to set up employment bureaus in China, to which American teachers, doctors and technicians could apply.

Bishop Paul Yu-pin thinks China will need not fewer than 100,000 American men and women in her reconstruction job. He proposes to establish the first employment office himself.

Last week his scurrying...

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