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Abacus, The, 116
Abbe Huc, 57, 58, 59, 60
Abend, Hallet, "Tortured China" by, 179
Affability of Chinese, 22, 23-26
America, Chinese students educated in, 29; Japan favored in, 281
American and British gunboats, 30; leniency, 184
American Army and Navy, 9; Board of Foreign Missions, The, 134; consulates,
...Chinese employees in, 114; consuls in China, 100, 101; difficulties of living in
...Chinese family, 107; investments in China, 305; mission school, an, 97, 98, 99,
...100; missionaries in China, 180, 181, 288, 289; naval summer base at Chefoo,
...32; or British texts, 192; passenger carrying vessels in the Yangtze, 34; property
...and lives in China, protection of, 3'0; support, 247; universities, educated at, 13;
...writers and lecturers ill informed, 199, 204, 205
Americans and American property, Outrages to, 177; dissolute waywardness of, 9;
...have extra-territorial rights in China, 323; World Peace uppermost in the minds
.. of, 331
Amoy, 35, 36, 203, 235, 254
Anti-American activities in China, 280
Anti-Japanese hostility, 282, 283; boycott, 300-304
Antipathy toward Japanese on the Pacific coast, 274, 275
Architecture, of buildings, 40, 41
Army, Cantonese, 236
Asia, Yangtze busiest waterway in, 33
Athletes, No Chinese, 104, 105

Baron Shidehara, 283
Bathing not practiced, 79
Beard, Reverend W. L., 174, 178
Beggar boats, Chinese, 4
Board of Foreign Missions, The American, 134
Bodily and household cleanliness, 79, 80
Bodyguards, Chinese have foreigners for, 265
Bombardment of Chapei, 68-70
Borodin, 210
Boxer attack, Herbert Hoover survivor of, 30
Boxer indemnity fund, 54
Boxers (Righteous Fists), 29
Boycott, Anti-Japanese, 300-304
Bribery among Mandarins, 109, 111
British and American leniency, 184; texts, 192
British consular official murdered, 30
British East India Company, 257
British gave up concessions to Hankow in 1927, 32
British, Hong Kong is, 35
British Indian Government, 264
Buck, Pearl, 193, 330
Buddhism, 150
Buildings, Architecture of, 4, 40, 41
Bund, The, 45
Bureau, Propaganda, 181
Burning of American- or British-built mission schools, 175, 176

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Caldwel1, Reverend Harry, 186
Canadian industries, investment capital American-owned in, 291
Canton, 35, 42, 212, 214, 235, 236
Cantonese Nineteenth Army, The, 236, 240
Carelessness of Chinese, 78, 79
Catholic Missionaries, 132-134. 137, 185
Catholic Nuns in China, 140
Catholics and Protestants, rivalry between, 140, 141- 144
Central Government, The, 210, 211
Chang Hsuch-liang, 213, 279-284
Chang Tsao-lin, General, 278, 279, 280, 284
Changsha, 32
Chapei, 12, 68-70, 219-221, 291-293, 296
Character, lack of, 24-26, 193
Characteristics of Chinese, 45, 46
Chefoo, American naval summer base at, 32
Chen, Eugene, 212
Chen Kuo-hui, 234
Ch'en Wei, 201-203
Chiang Kai-chek, 167, 210, 265, 279, 301
Chihli, Gulf of, 31, 32.
China, American consuls in, 100, 101; American investments in, 305; American
...missionaries in, 288, 289; Anti-American activities in, 280; Christianity in, 130-
...159; communism in, 19'; drug problem, 249-270; education in, 193-198;
.. etiquette in, 66; export trade and ocean going steamers dock at Hankow, 33;
.. lack of unity in, 271; exports of opium prohibited to, 264; foreigners in, 30, 31,
.. 64, 67, 84-86; Germans in, 326; horse-racing in, 11; lepers in, 72; machinery,
.. 28, 29; missionaries in, 42, 128-159; Nationalist government in, 283, 284; not a
.. safe, place for investments, 14, 306; north and south, 32; patriots in, 225;
.. politics in, 210-224; right of foreigners to be in, 31, 32; scholarship in, 225;
.. scenery, 39, 40; .travelers in, 4', 42, 43, 44; Weekly Review, The, 101; western
.. ideas in, 85, 86;
China Year Book, The, 177, 257
Chinese, Affability of, 22, 23-26; and Japanese, distinct physical resemblance
...between, 271-272; art of the Han or Sung or Ming period, 15; beggar boats, 4;
...carelessness of, 78, 79; central government, 213; characteristics of, 45, 46;
...conform to a racial pattern, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125; coolie, the, 56, 57; cruelty,
...54, 55, 56, 58-80; customs, the, 211, 212; deck passengers, 34, 35; deny use of
...opium, 251; do not fight for ideas, 26; effect of opium on, 249; employees in the
...American consulates, 114; etiquette, 45, 46; evasiveness, 97-100; filth, 312;
.. food uppermost thought in minds of, 20, 21; frenzied gamblers, 14; Government
.. joined with Boxers to wipe out all foreigners, 29; government as incompetent to
.. regulate opium as to suppress it, 258; have foreigners for bodyguards, 265;
.. indifference, 222-224; in warfare, poor showing of, 105; ingratitude of, 171-174;
.. lack courage, .208-209;

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Chinese — (Continued)
...lack physical courage, 104; maritime customs service, 263; money, 37, 38, 39,
...224; navy, the, 236; needlework imported into United States, 36; not difficult to
...govern, 246; physical stamina of, 19, 20; poverty, 4, 17, 20; principals and
...presidents replace American heads of philanthropic educational enterprises, 166; ...procrastination of, 7, 8; regain their place in world's esteem, 30; Chinese
...representatives, 281; resists Christianity because of what it imposes, 163, 164;
...sinister and mysterious, 8; social structure, 81-120; stoicism of, 67, 68; students
...educated in America, 29; The real, 47, 48, 49, 50; treachery of, 230-233, 242,
...243; untruthfulness of, 21, 22, 23-26
Cholera epidemic at Foochow, 63-67
Christian Missions in China, History of, 177; worship, mournful ritual of, 160-161
Christianity in China, 130 - 159; Chinese resist it because of what it imposes, 163,
...164; definitions of, 156; to be taught only as an elective in institutions of college
...grade, 166
Chuanchow, 254
Church, The Nestorian, 129
Church, Tbe Roman, 129, 130, 131
Cleanliness, bodily and household, 79, 80
Club, the Shanghai, 11
Communists, 191, 200, 214, 217, 218, 240, 254
Concession, French, 17, 31, 253, 263
Confucianism and Taoism, 131
Confucius, 86, 93, 107, 150, 151, 226
Consul General Tamura, 296-298
Consulates, the, 228
Consuls, American, in China, 100, 101
Coolie, the, 4-6, 19, 20, 37, 43, 49-53, 56, 57, 71, 92, 96, 97, 103, 179, 218, 227,
...245, 250, 253, 262, 267, 272, 273, 311
Corruption in America as compared with China, 25
Courage, lack of in Chinese, 208, 209
Cruelty, Chinese, 54-56; 58-80
Customs, marriage, 106, 107

Dairen and Port Arthur, return of leased territory demanded at, 279
Definitions of Christianity, 156
D'Elia, Father Paschal M., 144
Demoralizing effects of opium, 256, 257
Department of State at Washington, 175, 308, 310
Dewey, John, 86, 223
Doctrine of Kuomintang, 167
Dominican Fathers in Foochow, 312
Drug problem, China's, 253, 249-270
Dutch East Indies, 267, 268
Dymond, Dr. E. C., 65, 66

East, Finance kings of the, 4, 5
Eastern and Western Philosophy, 125-159
Educated Chinese, The, 154
"Educated Group," 223, 224
Education in China, 193-198; of Chinese students in America, 29, 115, 116 Empress Dowager, the, 29, 132, 183
Etiquette, Chinese, 45, 46, 66, 107, 108, 124
Evasiveness of Chinese, 97-100, 242, 243
Evening Post and Mercury, Shanghai, 257

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Facilities for Travel, 42, 43
Family loyalties, 116, 117, 118, 119
Fang Shun-tao, poppy planting ordered by Mr., 252, 263
Far East does not trust the Chinese, 105; relations, 221, 321; problem, 305;
...situation, Our danger in, 317, 318
Feng Yu-hsiang, General, 165, 203 Finance kings of the East, 4, 5
Floods of the Yellow River, 32
Flowery Kingdom, The, 257
Foochow, 35, 36, 42, 63-67, 188, 234-237, 240, 251, 296-299; Dominican Fathers
...in, 312; University, 193
Food, Thought of uppermost in minds of Chinese, 20, 21; excellence of, 44, 45,
.. 46
Foot-binding, 62, 63
Ford, Henry, 87
Foreign Affairs Association, 279; Minister of, 283
Foreign customs supervision, 211, 212
Foreign, Military advisers in China, 105 Foreign Missions Inquiry, Laymen's, 130 Foreign Missions, The American Board of, 134
Foreign powers, 33
Foreign troops sack Peking, 29
Foreigner, the, 91, 92, 96-98, 103, 262, 263
Foreigners, 21, 22, 29-32, 64-67, 70, 71, 84-86, 165, 178, 210-212, 218-220,
.. 239, 249, 265
Four Hundred Million, The famous, 43, 44
French Concession, 17, 31, 253, 263
"Friend pigeons," 216
Fukien Diocesan Magazine, The, 176; Provincial Government, 240; Fukien yields
...heavy crop of opium, 250, 263
Fund, Boxer indemnity, 54
Funerals, Chinese enjoyment of, 73, 74, 109

Gamblers, Chinese, 14
Genghis Khan, 314, 315
Germans in China, 326
Girls, "All weather" Russian, 10, 11
Government, British Indian, 264; Injunction of Nationalist, 166, 167, 168;
.. Nanking, 26, 180
Gulf of Chihli, 31, 32
Gunboats, American and British, 30; patrol service of foreign, 33

Hakkas, The, 67
Han or Sung or Ming period, Chinese art of, 15
Hankow, 32, 33; anti-Christian week at, 164, 165
Haiyang, The, 35
Han-lin, Scholar, 240, 241
Harding, Ivan, 233, 234
Hay, John, 319
Hind, Bishop John, 73
History of Christian Missions in China, 177
Hobart, Mrs. Alice Tisdale, 331
Hollywood producer, 28, 29
Hong Kong, 35, 42, 213, 225
Hoover, Herbert, 30 .
Horse racing in China, 11
Hospitals, mission, 72
Hostility, anti-Japanese, 282; to missionaries, Chinese, 150

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Household and bodily cleanliness, 79, 80
Hsu-chien, The Reverend George, 164, 165
Huang Pao Yun, 201-203
Huc, Abbe, 57, 58, 59, 60
Human labor, abundance and cheapness of, 4, 5, 146

Ichang, 33
Ideas, Chinese do not fight for, 26; efforts to merge Western with Chinese, 125
Ingersoll, Robert G., 154, 155
Ingratitude of Chinese, 171 - 174
International etiquette, irregularity of, 29
International Settlement, 12, 13, 17, 31, 70, 71, 219, 253, 292, 294, 327
Investments, China not safe for, 14, 305, 306

Japan, favored in America, 281; in Manchuria, 277, 278; unity in, 271; war
.. against, 225
Japanese and Chinese, distinct physical resemblance between, 271, 272
Japanese are reliable and ambitious, 274, 275, 280, 281; attack on Mukden, 286,
...287; dislodge Chang Hsueh-liang from Manchuria, 213; military machine, 295;
...more reserved than Chinese, 272, 273; not liked by American missionaries in
...China, 180, 181; occupation of Manchukno, 303, 304; occupy International
...Settlement, 294; on the Pacific coast, antipathy toward, 274, 275 ; personal
...habits, 274, 275; sake, 44, 45
Jenghis Khan, Conquering dynasty of, 85, 86
Johnson, Minister Nelson T., 286

Kansu, 250
Khan, Jenghis, Conquering dynasty of, 85, 86
Kiangsi Province and Fukien, Communists in, 214
Kiangwan, 293
Kiukiang, 32
Koo, Wellington, 213
Kuliang, Missionary conference at, 163, 164
Kuo, Colonel, 188
Kuo, Dr., 325, 326
Kuomintang, the, 164, 167, 168, 181, 182, 212, 287, 300, 301, 311, 324, 328 Kwantung Province, 67
Kweichow, 250

Labor, cheap, 146; government in China, 32
Latourette. K. S., 177
Laymen's Commission of Inquiry, Report of, 188; foreign missions inquiry, 130
Lecturers and Writers, American, ill informed, 199
Lepers in China, 72
Lin, Admiral, 188
Lin Ching, 201- 203
Liu Ho-ting, 220 .
Liu Kwei-tang, General, 203, 214
London, Labor Government in, 32
Looting by Chinese, 31, 33, 239
“Lying," Chinese characteristic, 88-92, 124

Machinery in China, 28, 29
Magazine, The Fukien Diocesan, 176
Magistrate Wang Jo-heng, 66
Malay pirates on the South China coast, 103, 104

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Maloney, Reverend Vance, 172, 173
Manchukuo, 203, 205, 251, 254, 303, 304, 321
Manchuria, 213, 225, 277-290, 299, 300, 314, 328
Manchus, The, 85, 86, 314
Mandarins, bribery among, 109, 111
Maritime Customs Service, Chinese, 263
Marriage customs, 106, 107
McAfee, Cleland B., 147
Mei, Henry, 117, 118, 119
Mexican, currency used in China called, 37
Mexicans, courage superior to Chinese, 207
Miao, Doctor, 145
Military advisers in China, foreign, 105
...Yin-bon Magistrate, 174
Min River, 42
Minister of foreign affairs, 283
...Yinistry at Peiping, 175
...Yintsing, 201
Mission hospitals, 72
Mission School, an American, 97, 98, 99, 100
Missionaries, 29, 42, 64, 65, 97-100, 128 - 159, 160-198, 250, 251, 288, 289, 330
Modern stone and steel buildings, 4
Mohammedanism, 150
Money, 37, 38, 108, 224
Morgan, J. P. & Company, 306, 307
Morrison, Robert, 132
Mott, School, The John R., 174
Mukden, 277, 278, 286, 287
Murdering and looting, 31

Nanking, 26, 30, 33, 174, 175, 180, 203, 212, 214, 215, 220, 221, 238, 239, 252,
...327-330
Narcotics, 248, 253
National anti-Opium Association of Shanghai, 265
Nationalist Government in China, The, 24, 166-168, 180, 186, 187, 189, 215,
.. 283, 287
Navy, The Chinese, 236
Needlework, Chinese, imported into United States, 36, 37
Nestorian Church, The, 129
Newspapers, Shanghai, 16, 17
Nine-Power Pact, The, 289
Nineteenth Route Army, the, 219-221, 293
Non-Christian teachers in Protestant Schools, 145, 146 ,
Northeastern Cultural Association, 279
Nuns, Catholic, in China, 140

Occidental races, 52
Officials, evasiveness of Chinese, 92, 93, 94, 95
Open Door in China, the, 289, 318, 319, 320
Opium, 239, 249, 250, 251, 253-258, 264
Opposition led by students, 225
Orientals, 52, 79, 91
Outrages to Americans and American property, 177

Patriots in China, 225
Peiping, 28, 29, 175, 215, 228
Peking, 29, 30
Peking Gazette, The, 95
Penal code of empire days, 109, 110, 111
People of China, 27-29, 39-41
Personal habits of Japanese, 274, 275
Philosophy, Western and Eastern, 125 - 159

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Physical courage and stamina of Chinese, 19, 20, 104
Piracy of Chinese, 33, 34, 239
Politics in China, 210-224
Poppy planting, 252
Port Arthur and Darien, 279
Poverty, Chinese, 4, 17 - 20
Price, Ernest, 100
Prisoners, 54
Propaganda, 181, 276, 277
Protestant Missionaries, 132, 133, 134, 147, 148, 197, 198
Protestants and Catholics, 140, 141- 144
Prudential Committee, 183
Psychological interpreters of the Thorndike School, 82, 83

Races Occidental, 52; Oriental, 52
Racial pattern, Chinese conform to, 121, 122, 123, 124, 125
Real Chinese, the, 47, 48, 49, 50
Rebellion, the Taiping, 218
Report of captured and killed among Catholic Missionaries, 185
Restriction on Narcotics, 248
Ricci, Father Matthew, 132
Rice in China, 19
Righteous Fists (Boxers), 29
Rites, Funeral, 109
Rivalry between Protestants and Catholics, 140, 141-144
Roman Church, The, 129- 131, 132
Roosevelt, Theodore, 54, 316
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, 226
Russell, Bertrand, 86, 223
Russian girls, 9, 10, 11
Russians, arrogant encroachments of, 281

Sake, Japanese, 44, 45
Salaries of Protestant Missionaries, 147, 148
Sampans, competition among, 4
Scenery of China, 39, 40
Scholarship in China, 225
School, an American mission, 97, 98, 99, 100
Science, Western, slow penetration of, 36
Settlement, International, 31, 70, 71
Sewage in China, 76, 77, 78
Shanghai, 5, 6-21, 33, 35, 42, 63, 64, 101, 225, 249, 265, 287, 291, 294-296,
.. 297; Club, the, 11; dissipation in, 9, 10; Evening, Post and Mercury, 257, 324;
.. French .concession at, 263; "Express," 28; History behind, 11; International
.. Settlement, 12, 13, 327; newspapers, 16, 17; initial mob successes in, 31.
Shantung Peninsula, 31, 32
Shensi, 250, 252
Siege and butchery of Peking, 30
Singapore, 267, 268
Smith, Arthur, 54, 55
Soap, lack of, 79
Social, structure of Chinese, 81-120
Sokobin; Consul, 100
Sokolskl, George, 221
Soochow Creek, 292
Soong Dynasty, 210, 211
South China coast, Malay pirates on, 103, 104
Soviet Russia, 306
Speer, Robert E., 147
Stimson, Secretary of State, Henry L., 289, 318
Stalin, Josef, 87

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Statement regarding the Nanking outrage, 328, 329
Stoicism of Chinese, 67, 68
Storrs, Charles, 178
Students, 225
Suicide, 106
Sun Yat-sen, 164, 165, 168, 190, 195, 210, 211, 226, 242, 301
Suppression of traffic in opium, 253, 254
Sutton, Prof. Willard, 178, 192, 193
Swatow, 35, 36, 178
Szechuen, richest agricultural province in China, 33
Szechwan, 250

Taels, 38, 39
Taiping Rebellion, The, 218
Tamura, Consul General, 296-298
Tang Yu-lin, General, 204, 254
Tangku, Port of Peiping, 29
Taoism, 150, 156-159
Taoism and Confucianism, 131
Thorndike School, psychological interpreters of, 82, 83
Tienjan, The, 76
Tientsin, 287
Tortured China, 1930, by Hallet Abend, 179
Traffic, opium, 239, 253, 254
Trans-Siberian Railway, 306
Travel, Facilities for, 41, 42, 43, 44
Treachery of Chinese, 230, 231, 232, 233, 242, 243
Treatment of prisoners, 54
Treaty of 1868, 167
Tsai Ting-Kai, 203, 220, 221, 293
Tsinan-fu, 233, 234
Twenty-one Demands, The, 281

Universities, American, large numbers of Chinese educated at, 13 Untruthfulness
.. of Chinese, 21, 22, 23-26
United States, 27, 29, 32, 33
United States, The, confused by scary propaganda, 276, 277
United States, The, pioneer in restriction on narcotics, 248
Unity in Japan, 271
Unity, lack of, in China, 271

Wakefield, Dr. Paul, 179
Wang Jo-heng, Magistrate, 66
Wanhsien, 33
Warfare, poor showing of Chinese in, 105
Washington, Department of State at, 175
Weekly Review, The China, 101
"Well of Heaven," The, 76
Western and Eastern Philosophy, 125-159
Western ideas in China, 85, 86, 87, 125
Western science, slow: penetration of, 36
Women missionaries, 137
Woodhead, Mr. H. G. W., 257, 324
World peace uppermost in the minds of Americans, 331
World War, The, 207, 218
World's esteem, Chinese regain their place in, 30
Writers and lecturers, American, ill informed, 199

Yale in China, 32, 146
Yangtze, The, 32, 33, 34
"Yangtze and its Problems, The," 324
Yellow River, The, 32
Yellow Sea, The, 32
Yunnan, opium produced on a large scale, in, 250

 

 


Erratum:


The following spelling changes were made to misspelled words that appeared in the 1933 hardback text. [hardback page numbers are indicated inside brackets]:
[41] “Abunance” changed to “abundance,” [51] “beneractor” changed to “benefactor,” [page 52], “stanch” to “staunch, [61] similiar to similar, [62] pecular to peculiar, [148] typrewriters to typewriters, [202] and [222] kidnaping to kidnapping, [208] advatage to advantage; [208], [247], [269] ascendency to ascendancy [230] therfore to therefore, [234] incidenally to incidentally, [241] kidnaped to kidnapped, [246], [296] tranquillity to tranquility, [251] “every spring.” to “every spring,” (comma, not period ending),” [287] Cinese to Chinese, [290] instanter to instantly, [291] intellgence to intelligence, [295] oporunity to opportunity, [309] catastrophie to catastrophe, [310] despatches to dispatches, [320] and reexport (with an umlaut over second “e”) to re-export.




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