THE ENEMY: The Pied Piper of Peking

THE ENEMY The Pied Piper of Peking As the Dutch steamer Tjiluwah sailed from Singapore for China last week, 1,150 yelling, wild-eyed Chinese stood on her decks, pelting dock police with fruit and garbage. The rowdies were "Nanyang" (South Sea) Chinese students from Malaya and Indonesia.

More than 10 million Chinese are scattered through Southeast Asia. Their loyalties are mixed. Since 1949, Peking agents have moved in, set up newspapers and front groups, grabbed control of most of the Chinese schools. Indonesian-born parents complain that the Red teachers teach their children that loyalty...

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