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Mr. Shimidzu, a native of Japan, lived ten years in China. He is the principal of a school for Chinese youth in Peking and was formerly publisher of the Peking Weekly. He is the author of two books on China. He is stated on high, authority to be “the only Japanese who understands China and her people.” Mr. Shimidzu is at present a graduate student in theology at Oberlin University.
Yasuzo Shimidzu; China’s Oliver Cromwell—General Feng. Current History 1 May 1925; 22 (2): 244–247. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/curh.19126.96.36.199
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