Foreign News: Other People's Women. . . .

For at least half a millennium no one has thought of Chinamen or Chinawomen as pioneers. They have chosen not the virile and womanly covered wagon, but the sendentary and exquisite silken robe. Today China has only one Daniel Boone —the great Marshal Feng Yu-hsiang. Last week he lectured Chinafolk severely for their timid sit-by-the-hearthishness and failure to pioneer. "Is it any wonder," he roared, "that we are laughed at by imperialist countries, who treat us contemptuously, as though we were their little grandsons? They do not even esteem us as much as...

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