The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
Sept. 19 - A memorial ceremony was held to commemorate the "Sept. 18th Accident" yesterday. Students of Chinese schools paraded around Chinatown. Dr. (^Jjj ^ ) from England, who was appointed as chairman of the Red Cross Society in North and Central China, was invited to speak on the brutal behaviour of the Japanese invaders in China as he saw it. Foon Sien served as translator. He said that civilians in Northern China was organized by 8th Route Army into guerrillas. They named their raids on the Japanese occupations as "go hunting". It was very effective, the speaker said. - Within the past 3 weeks, tens of Chinese farmers were caught by the Food Board for 'smuggling potatoes'. The Chinese Farmers Ass. urged those who had been caught and had been fi/ed fojr transporting illegal potatoes to go to the Ass. and speak to them. ^ - Dr. (^f[%) ) was i-nvi-ted by the Canadian Women's Club to speak at Hotel Vancouver. He praised Madam Chiang as "the most respectful leader of women in the Free World". She was brave, hard working, restless, and devoted herself to rescuing the war orphans even at the risk of her own life at times. He also said the Japanese bombings were intended to kill Chiang and his wife.
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