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J. Shih-kuang Ngai (Ai Shih-kuang)
艾世光
J. SHIH-KUANG NGAI (Ai), M.D.,
born at Wuchang, Hupeh, 1906; studied
at Boone University and Yale-in-China;
M.D., Hunan-Yale College of Medicine,
1929; interne, Peiping Union Medical
College Hospital, 1928-29; Pathologist,
Peiping Union Medical College, 1929-34;
Technical Chief of Laboratory,
Central Hospital, Nanking, 1934-35;
Technical Expert, Central Field Health
Station, National Economic Council,
Nanking, 1934-35; Lecturer on Pathology,
Army Medical College, Nanking,
1934-35; Associate Professor of Pathology,
Army Medical College, Nanking,
1934-35; Associate Professor of
Pathology, National Medical College of
Shanghai, Shanghai, 1935-39; Medical
Director, Sino-Foreign Clinic, Shanghai,
since 1939; author of numerous articles
on pathology; life member, Chinese
Medical Museum, (Montreal, Canada);
address: The Sino-Foreign Clinic, 536
Rue Bourgeat, Shanghai.

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Gen. Chang Chi-chung
張治中字文白
CHANG CHI-CHUNG, army officer;
born at Tsao Hsien, Anhwei, 1891;
after graduating from the Paoting
Millitary College in 1916, he joined the
army service and participated in the
National Pacification and Constitutional
Defence Campaigns of the Southern
Millitary Government under the late
Dr. Sun Yat-sen; later he successively
lerved as commander of the Trainina
Corps of Whampoa Military Cadets
Colleze; chief of ltatr to the Head
quartel1l of the Garrison Commander
of Canton; chief of.tatr of the 2nd
Division of the Revolutionary Arm,y;
director of the Adjutants Office of the
Commander-in-Chief. Headquatter. of
the Revolutionary Army: Dean of the
Wuhen Branch of the Central Military
and Political Academy; director of the
training department of the Commander-in-Chief
Headquarter:. wa.
commissioned to eo abroad by the
National Government to study pOlitical
and economic condltlona and visited the
leading countries in Europe and
America and aJao.rapan on way of
return to China: dnce return in 1928.
he hM rerved al director of the Military
Administration Department of the
Military Council: dh:eetor of trainlnll
department and Jater Dean of the
Central Military Academy: he Was
appointed concurrently Director of the
Field Headquarters of the Commander-In-Chief
at Wuhan, Commander of the
2nd Traininll Division; after the outbreak
of the Sino-Japanese hostilities
In Shanghai, 1932. he was appointed
Commander of tbe 5th Army and
concurNlntly Commander of the 87th
Division whieh opposed the Japanese
troops at Kiangwanchen and Miaohangchen:
after conclusion of the war, he
returned to hia post as Dean of Central
Military Academy at Nanking; in 1933
he was appointed Commander of the
4th Route Army of the Northem Sector
of the Bandit SUPPJ:ellllion Forces of
Hunan, Hupeh. Fukien, Kiang,i and
Kwangtung; after the conclusion of
the campaigns, he leturned to the same
post (Dean of C.M.A.): appointed
GarriBon Commander of Shanllhai
Nankine: Area, July, 1937; UJlon outbreak
of the Shanllhai hostilities on
Aue:uBt 13, 1937. he was appointed
Commander-in-Chief of the Chinese
Defence Forces and was responsible for
holdine: up the Japanese advance in
the early Stalle of the war in Shanllhai;
later. he was tranderred to Hunan as
Chairman of the province. whieh post
he held until winter of 1938; he is now
Adjutant-General to Generalissimo
Chianll Kaio$hek; addre!l8: Military
Affairs Comminlon. Chunllking, Sze-chuan.

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De Senn Chang (Chang Chi-hsuan)
張子璇
DE SENN CHANG, army officer
and pioneer Chinese aviator; born at
Kaiping, Kwangtung, 1898; went to
the United States at the alle Of 12
and was blOurrht up by the famous
American educator, John William
McClymonds; received his earlier education
in Oakland, California; paduated
from Vircinla Military Institute in
1920, Bpeeia1iinrr In Infantry and
l"eCeiving the degree of B. Se. in
chemical warfare; a-raduated from the
Diggins Aviation School of Chicaao In
1921; returned to China on order from
Dr. Sun Yat-Sen, March 1921; between
1921 and 1924, served as ma-ht instructor
in the Nan Yuan Aviation Sehoo
of Peipinll with the rank of Major,
officer of the Canton Air Force with
the rank of LieuL-Colonel, and
Bquadron commander of the Yunnan
Air Force with the rank of Colonel;
re-visited America in 1924 for six:
months to do aeronautical research;
returned to China in the latter part
of 1924; between 192 and 1926, aerved
as adjutant rreneral of the Canton
Marine Corps, Instructor in the
Whampoa Military Academy, staff
officer in the National Revolutionary
Army Headquarten, and commander
of the 2nd Enrrineerinrr Battalion;
transferred back to the Canton AII
Force HeadQuarters as chief of military
affairs, chief of atatr office, commander
of the air defence infantry reaiment,
and adjutant-a:enerai with the rank of
Colonel and later promoted to the rank
of Brigadier-General, 1927-36; travelled
round the world to atudy modern
aeronautical science. 1934; followinrr
the unification of the Ail ForCe!! of
China, be led the entire Canton Air
Force pel8onnel of 1,500 officers and
flying cadetll to Hane:chow; chief commanding
officer of the cadet corps of
the Central Aviation School at Hangchow
with the rank of Colonel; address:
c/o Military Affairs Commiuion,
Chunaking, Szechuan.

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CHANG CHIU-JU
張九如
CHANG CHIU-JU. author and
publicity officer: born at Chanlrehow,
Kiangsu, 1896; Ilraduate, National
Peking University; instructor, Chinan
Univenslty, Shanghai; Counsellor.
Headquarten of the Generalissimo of
the Nationalist Revolutionary Forces;
member, EXamination Committee on
Books University Council, National
Goverment, Nankinlr; Secretary, Mlniatry
of War, Nanking; inatructor In
Political Science, Central Military and
Political Institute, Nanking; instructor
in Political Science, Central Military
Academy, Nankinll; Director, Transit
Tax Bureau, Kansu Province. And

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coneurUntly. Chief, Salt Smuggling
Prevention Service; Director, Bureau
of Direction, Central Publieity Council;
author of "Mass Psychology and Mass
Leadership," and "History of StruggJeIl
for Independenee of VariollB Nations;"
address: c/o Central Publicity Council,
Central Party Readquart4:!rs Chungking,
Szeebuan.

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