Chang-Ling Yang Alumni File, 1974-1975 (1 File)
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About the collection
This file is part of a record series of biographical files of alumni, faculty and staff created and/or accrued by various individuals including alumni affairs and development staff members, archives staff and former university historian, William Arba Ellis. Chang-Ling Yang was a member of the Norwich University class of 1928 from Kiangsu, China. During World War II, he was Chief of Protocol for Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. The file centers around a visit Chang-Ling Yang made to his alma mater in 1975, when he gave two lectures to history and government classes. One lecture involved an exploration of the historical background of the “Taiwan Issue,” while the other lecture focused on “Norwich men in China.” Norwich alumni discussed included: Frederick Townsend Ward (class of 1848), George Bow (class of 1914), Ch’i Hsueh-ch’i (class of 1926), Chu Shih-ming (class of 1927), and Chao Heng-ching (class of 1928). The text of both lectures are included in the file.
You can also browse for information about other Norwich University alumni or other members of Chang-Ling Yang’s class using the Alumni and Class of 1928 categories.
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