January 07, 1950
Telegram, Mao Zedong to Liu Shaoqi and Zhou Enlai
Mao Zedong issues a letter on Chinese representation at the United Nations.
January 13, 1950
Telegram, Mao Zedong to Liu Shaoqi
Mao Zedong cables to Liu Shaoqi regarding the status of US property and institutions in China, the situation in Hong Kong, and Chinese representation at the United Nations.
April 13, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Nikolai Bulganin
Zhou Enlai requests and gives deadlines for the sending of aviation equipment and personnel from Moscow, mentioning that China is anticipating military conquests of the Danshan and Jinmen islands.
May 13, 1950
Telegram from Zhou Enlai to Nikolai Bulganin
Zhou Enlai presses Moscow to accelerate the dispatchment of requested equipment and personnel by the specified deadline so that the Chinese air force and navy can prepare for the military campaign to seize Zhoushan Island.
June 17, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Annex to the Summary Record (APACC/SR.2)
Ku Chin Kang announces that "the recovery of the Chinese mainland is the responsibility of the Chinese people and the common wish of the Asian peoples."
September 25, 1954
Chinese Communist Party, Plan of Action for Welcoming Home the Chinese Internationals
A work plan on Chinese Communist Party strategies for engaging the Overseas Chinese in Burma, Indonesia, India, and South Africa, among other regions.
October 19, 1954
Minutes of Chairman Mao Zedong’s First Meeting with Nehru
Mao Zedong and Nehru discuss Sino-Indian relations, the political situation in Asia, and the role of the United States in world politics.
October 20, 1954
Talking Points from Premier Zhou Enlai’s Second Meeting with Nehru
Zhou and Nehru cover a large range of topics relating to China and India's international relations. The conversation begins by discussing the issue of Taiwan, in relation to China, then moves to the "adverse effects" of American involvement in the Afro-Asian region. The two then discuss the upcoming Afro-Asian conference.
Information on Japan’s Participation in the Asian-African Conference
A Chinese report on Japan's participation before the Asian-African Conference. The report observes that the Japanese public paid more attention to this conference than to the previous Bangkok conference and highlighted Tokyo's desire to cooperate with China.
January 17, 1955
Plan (Draft) for Compilation, Translation and Publication in Cooperation for the Propaganda in the Asian-African Conference
A list of books and pamphlets to be distributed by China at the Asian-African for the purpose of propaganda. The topics concerned include: Nationality, Religion in China, China in general, Taiwan, and China's Five Principles
February 23, 1955
Cable from Huan Xiang, 'Indian Premier Nehru’s View on Resolving the Taiwan Issue'
February 25, 1955
Abstract of Conversation: Chinese Premier Zhou receives Trevelyan
Zhou Enlai and Trevelyan debated on the nature of the Manila Treaty and its implications for the Geneva Agreement.They also discussed the issue of the Dai Autonomous Region between China and Thailand and the legal status of Taiwan.
May 10, 1955
Report from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, 'Comments on the Asian-African Conference from Capitalist Ruled Countries After the Asian-African Conference'
The Chinese Foreign Ministry summarizes (predominantly) Western leaders' statements about the Bandung Conference. Secretary Dulles expressed great satisfaction with the "useful and good conference," especially its role in "checking China," while Great Britain expressed strong disapproval of China's behavior at the conference and France was "shocked" that Algeria was discussed. Israel and Australia expressed regret that they were excluded from the conference.
May 26, 1955
Minutes of Conversation between Premier Zhou Enlai and British Charge d'Affaires Humphrey Trevelyan
Zhou briefed Trevelyan about China’s position in Taiwan issue that was produced in a document produced by PRC National People’s Congress Standing Committee in response to Britain’s request.
May 27, 1955
Summary of the Views of Afro-Asian Countries on the Taiwan Issue at the Afro-Asian Conference
The People's Republic of China maintains that the Taiwan issue was an internal issue of China, and it was the US who created tension by invading and occupying Taiwan.
July 18, 1955
Plan for the Sino-US Ambassadorial Talks in Geneva
The Chinese Foreign Ministry outlines objectives and strategies for negotiating with the United States.
January 09, 1956
Report No. 70 from Young Kee Kim to Syngman Rhee
Young Kee Kim briefs President Rhee on Philippines' concern on China, especially regarding Formosa. He also reports on President Magsaysay's appointment of economic advisors and government officials.
January 18, 1956
Report No. 71 from Young Kee Kim to Syngman Rhee
Young Kee Kim briefs President Rhee on the military bases in Philippines and Philippine's concern about China's attempt to conquer Formosa.
May 31, 1956
Memorandum of Conversation from Premier Zhou Enlai's Reception of Ambassador R.K. Nehru
Premier Zhou Enlai and Ambassador Nehru discuss the Korean ceasefire, the role of the Neutral Nations Supervisory Committee, the Sino-American ambassadorial talks, and the situation in Indochina.
June 22, 1956
Minutes of Zhou Enlai’s Meeting with Burmese Ambassador U Hla Maung
Zhou Enlai and U Hla Maung discuss the overseas Chinese in Burma and Burma's ties to Taiwan.