Author of 《黄华回忆录》 Huang Hua just celebrated his 96th birthday. A graduate of Yenching University, he is a typical Chinese progressive intellectual of his time. In old China the suffering of the common people and the pressing danger of losing the sovereignty of the entire nation led Huang Hua and millions of young people to join the struggle for China’s liberation.
Huang Hua’s memoir is a book describing his more than 70 years of activities as a revolutionary and a diplomat. It reflects also many significant aspects of China’s modern political history. In his posts as ambassador and foreign minister he witnessed a great range of events in international relations and participated in the realization of the foreign policy of New China.
As to the book’s style of writing, it is just like the character of the author-clear and straightforward, so it is easy to read and comprehend.
ForewordPrefaceChapter One My Formative Years and the December 9 Movement..Chapter Two With Edgar Snow in His Reporting on Red China in Northern ShaanxiChapter Three US Army Observer Group and Military Mediation HeadquartersChapter Four Contacts with John Leighton Stuart in NanjingChapter Five Geneva Conference--the First High-Level International Conference New China AttendedChapter Six Participation in the Asian-African Conference (The Bandung Conference)Chapter Seven Appointed Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to the Republic of GhanaChapter Eight Serving as Ambassador to the United Arab RepublicChapter Nine Snow’s Third Visit to China and Kissinger’s Secret Trip Chapter Ten The First Chinese Embassy in North AmericaChapter Eleven Five Years at the Chinese Permanent Mission to the UNChapter Twelve As Foreign MinisterChapter Thirteen Signing of the Sino-Japanese Treaty of Peace and FriendshipChapter Fourteen Establishment of Sino-US Diplomatic Relations and the Joint Communique on US Arms Sales to Taiwan Chapter Fifteen Promoting Good Neighborliness and Friendship Visits to Nearby Asian CountriesChapter Sixteen Meeting Four Indian Prime Ministers During One Official Goodwill VisitChapter Seventeen Visits to Developed Industrial CountriesChapter Eighteen Journey to AfricaChapter Nineteen The Cancun Meeting and Visits to Latin American CountriesChapter Twenty The Early Stage of Sino-British Negotiations on the Question of Hong KongChapter Twenty-One Attending Brezhnev’s Funeral to Promote Normalization of Sino-Soviet TiesChapter Twenty-Two My Contacts with Parliaments of Foreign Countries and Activities in the Inter-Action CouncilChapter Twenty-Three Carrying on the Cause of Soong Ching Ling Working with the Scholars of LingnanChapter Twenty-Four International Friends and My Exchanges with Foreign CountriesChapter Twenty-Five My Retirement LifePostscriptHuang Hua Chronology
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