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Madame Chiang Kai-Shek (Soong Mei-ling)
蔣夫人宋美齡女士
MADAME CHIANG KAI-SH£K,
(Soong Mei-ling); woman leader and
welfare worker; born at Shanghai;
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
ng, her father being a native of
wangtung and her mother a native
of Kiangsu; went to the United States
at an early age, where she attended a
private school at Summit, N.J., and
later studied under private tuton at
Macon, Ga., in preparation for Wesley
College, where she graduated with
honors receiving the Wellesley and
Durant scholarship, first time sueh
awarded to student from Orient; upon
return to China, she devoted herself to
study of classics and social service
work; first Cninese woman appointed
member of Child Labor Commission to
investigate labor conditions in industries
located within foreign settlements
and concessions; married to Gen.
Chiang Kai-shek, 1927; inaugurlted
movement for establishment of Moral
Endeavor Association; established
schools in Nanking for children of
!evolutionary heroes, where 500 boys
and 800 girls were taught to be self-supporting
and where spirit of service
for fellow countrymen inculcated;
served as member of Legislative Yuan;
Director-General of womens department
of New Life Movement; since the outbreak
of the present Sino-Japanese
hostilities, Madame Chiangs activities
have been greatly increased; after
relinquishing her duties as Secretary-General
of the Aeronautical Affairs
Commission, she lias devoted her efforts
chlefiy to the care of war orphans,
organization of women for wartime
service, raising of funds for the relief
of wounded soldiers and refugees and
publicity work in China and abroad;
constant companion of her huabaJid on
military campaigns throughout country
including frontier regions and interior
areas; address : Military Affairs Commission,
Chungking, Szechuan.

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蔣鋤歐字訴心
GEN. CHIANG CHU-OU, artiUery
officer; born at Tungan, Hunan, 1891;
graduated from a military officers
institute in Kwangsi; bas successively
served as Commander of the 2nd
Division of the 44th Army of the
Nationalist Revolutionary Forces;
Military Counsellor of the National
Government with the rank of Lieuten-ant-General and concurrently Commander
of the Armored Car Corps;
Special Military Commissioner of the
Peiping-Hankow Railway; Senior Staff
Officer of the Military Affairs Corn-mission with the rank of Lieutenallt
General; now Director of the Bureau
of Railway Police of the Ministry of
Railways; author of "Tactics of Rail-way Artillery Corps" and "Observations on Army Communication Systems
in Europe and America;" address :
Bureau of Railway Police, Ministry of
Railways, Chungking, Szechuan.

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Tingfu f. Tsiang (Chiang Ting-fu)
蔣廷黻
TINGFU F. TSIANC. Government
official; born in Sbaoyang, Paok:ing,
Hunan, 1895; attended Minteb Elemen-tary School in Chan.gsba and Yichi
School in Siangtan; in 1912, went to
the United States and studied at Park
Academy, finishing in 1914; Oberlin
College, 1914-18; in France, as Y.M.. C.A.
Secretary from JtdY 1918 to July 1919;
Columbia 1919 to 1923, receiving Ph. D.
degree; Professor of History in Nankai
University 1923-29; Professor of His-tory and Head of Department of His-tory in National Tsing Hua University,
1929-35; lectured in London University
and Oxford Unive:rsity, Bllring 1935;
Chief of Political Section, Executive
Yuan of National Government, 1935-86;
Chinese Ambassador to Moscow, 1936-88; reappointed
Chief of Political
Section, Executive Yuan, since 1938;
author of "Select Documents lllustration
the History of Chinese Diplomacy,"
published b:y Commercial Press, and of
numerous articles in foreign and Chinese

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publications; managtng editor of
the Ohinese Social 4nd PoliticcU. Science
Review 1930-35; address: Executive
Yuan, National Government, Chungking,
Szechuan.

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