Pan Gongzhan

P'an Kung-chan (1895-), journalist and publisher who founded such newspapers as the Ch'en Pao and the Hsin Yeh Pao and who served the National Government as vice minister of information (1939-41) and director of the Executive Yuan's publications screening committee (1942-45). In 1950 he went to New York and became editor of the China Tribune. […]

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Li Shutong

Li Shu-t'ung (1880-4 September 1942), pioneer of modern music and drama in China who became Hung-i, one of the most celebrated Buddhist clerics of his time. Tientsin was the birthplace of Li Shu-t'ung, the son by a concubine of Li Hsiao-lou, a chinshih of 1847. The elder Li was an adept both of the philosophy […]

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