CHINA: Extremism

Eight college-educated young Chinawomen, serious, zealous, patriotic, paraded solemnly down the bund or riverside at Hankow, Nationalist capital, last week. The tallest walked first, carrying a placard atop a bamboo pole, and wearing only large shell-rimmed glasses. The seven others, were more scantily clad. The placard read:

Emancipate yourselves!

We Have Won Freedom From

Christian Shame!

Win Freedom for China From

The Christian Powers!

Occidentals thought that Chiang Kaishek, who impeached the entire so-called "Red" Government of Hankow, last week (see below), will do his best to discourage further extremism among Chinese students.


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