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Early Life: family background; parents' work in Loyang; warlord activity in Loyang during childhood; various American School-Kikungshan (ASK) teachers; exploration of the high rate of ASK graduates who entered mission work; the spiritual nature of the ASK student body; exposure to Chinese culture received at ASK; response to life as a missionary's child.
Return to China: memories of Peking Language School, California; problems of post-war church; comments upon arrival at station in Honan, 1946; memorable Chinese co-workers; new ideas brought by new missionaries to post-war China; experiences with Communists in Honan; trip to Kunming after expulsion from Honan by Communists; work in Kunming; Chinese response to Communism; coping with inflation in Kunming.
Midwest China Center
Loyang, warlord activity, American School-Kikungshan, ASK, mission, missioinary's child, Peking, Language School, post-war, Honan, missionaries, Communists, Kunming, Communism
Hanson, Anders B., "Midwest China Oral History Interviews" (1977). China Oral Histories. 39.