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"The Governments and Armies are Genuinely of the People" — Things Heard and Seen by the US Army Observer Section in Yan'an

On July 22, 1944, David D. Barrett, John S. Service and other members of the US Army Observer Section of the China-Burma-India Theater (CBI) arrived in Yan'an. It was the first US …

2021-10-20

"As if I'm from the Outer Space, but I Feel Very Much at Home" — Hans Shippe, Sacrificed for China's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression

In the Cemetery of the Revolutionary Martyrs of East China, a place filled with flowers, a tall white marble statue is particularly eye-catching. The figure stares ahead composedly…

2021-10-20

"Logs on the Move" — A Striking Scene for a US Korean War Veteran

It was 2001. Li Ganglin, a military literature writer, sat down with a US ex-serviceman at a restaurant in Alberta, Canada. The two had never met before, but it was a moment of int…

2021-10-19

Partners May Have Differences, But They Seek Common Ground — China’s Diplomatic Principles: from Bandung to the World

On 18 April 1955, the Asian-African Conference was convened in Bandung, a picturesque mountainous city in Indonesia. As the first large-scale international conference initiated and…

2021-10-19

"China Helped Us When Help Was Most Needed" — The Tanzania-Zambia Railway: A Testament to China-Africa Friendship

It was the beginning of the year 1970. News came that Wang Xingguo was about to work on a railway project in Africa. His wife Zhang Yunhua was very reluctant to let him go: Africa …

2021-10-19
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