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Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Illustration: Roy Ingram

Nanjing Massacre@80; The Fate of John Rabe

While John Rabe was living through one of the greatest acts of mass violence of World War II, his employers at Siemens China Company...
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Nanjing Massacre@80; War’s Post-Massacre, Irreversible Effects

As soon as the Japanese troops arrived, Minnie Vautrin began to hear about the rapes. Vautrin, the optimistic American missionary introduced...
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Nanjing Massacre@80; John Rabe, a Nazi Stands Up to the Japanese

Today, likely at around 10 am, and continuing for quite some time, an urgent cry will ring out across Nanjing. The air raid sirens...
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Nanjing Massacre@80; Professor Preparing for War, Minnie Vautrin

Minnie Vautrin’s mission was to educate the girls and women of China, and she was well suited to that task. History, however, will remember...
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Nanjing Massacre@80; Unlikely Group of Expats Saves Thousands

In early 1937, Nanjing was not an ideal place to live. Japanese air raids were growing more frequent, and nearby cities continued to fall...

Car Boot Sale Provides Shot in the Arm for Expat Service Centre

The fifth official Nanjing Car Boot Sale was held on Saturday afternoon, in part helping to raise funds to assist with the expansion of...

Foreign Student Detention Dismay Over Visa Violation

Everyone understands; you’ve packed up your entire life, told of your impending adventures and new life abroad, said goodbye to family and friends and...

New Foreigner Era; YChina & the Laowai Influencers

A shining beacon of innovative foreign success has come through efforts in Beijing via voxpops; Latin for “voice of the people”. Israeli born Raz...

Fake News Escalates Paranoia Among China Expat Communities

Yet another bout of rumormongering has sent Nanjing’s, and presumably many an expat living up and down the East Coast, into quite the tizzy. An...

Foreigner Cured of Cancer in Nanjing Hospital

When it comes to treatment for rare diseases, or highly experimental surgery, many will first think of the USA. Now, that...
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