January 31, 1949
Notes by Anastas Mikoyan ahead of Meetings with Mao Zedong
Notes taken by Minister of Foreign Trade Anastas Mikoyan during a meeting with Mao Zedong in Beijing. They discuss relations with the United States and other Western powers and the nationalization of foreign-owned factories in China. Mikoyan also gave advice on developing the new Communist government in China. Noteably, Mikoyan wrote that "the path of the regime of the people’s democracies, or the path of the Russian Soviet revolution, is not quite appropriate for China. China has its own path of development."
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.
June 16, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Address Delivered by Mr. Yap Tin Sing, Chief Delegate of Hong Kong
Yap Tin Sing describes the "open struggle and collision with the communists" in Hong Kong.
June 16, 1954
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference, Proposals by the Delegates from Hong Kong and Macao
Delegates from Hong Kong and Macao offer several proposals to strengthen the anti-communist movement in Asia.
June 25, 1954
Letter, Tsien-yee Chang and Peter Chu to President Syngman Rhee
Tsien-yee Chang and Peter Chu of Hong Kong thank President Syngman Rhee for hosting the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist Conference
December 29, 1954
Letter, Chan Tai Wai, Chairman of the Chinese Democratic League, to President S.M. Rhee
Chan Tai Wai (Chen Dahui) requests President Syngman Rhee's support in "indicting Soviet Russia for its aggression on Free China."
March 28, 1955
Report on a Trip to Vietnam
Choi Duk Shin and Young P. Lee summarize their travels through Hong Kong, Bangkok, and Vietnam, including their discussions on politics, military situations, cultural sharing, and strategies for Free Asia to join together against Communism.
April 09, 1955
Cable from the Chinese Foreign Ministry, 'Beware of Enemy Sabotage'
Chinese report on a Taiwanese plan to assassinate the head of the PRC delegation to the Afro-Asian Conference when they passed through Hong Kong.
April 10, 1955
Minutes of the Meeting between Zhang Yue and Sir John Addis
Zhang Yue informed Interim Charge d’affaires of Hong Kong Sir John Addis of the Taiwanese plan to assassinate the Chinese journalist delegate to the Asian-African Conference when they passed through Hong Kong and asked the Hong Kong authorities to pay attention to this matter.
April 16, 1955
Minutes of Conversation Between British Interim Charge d’Affaires of Hong Kong John Addis and Deputy Department Head Zhang Yue
A Chinese Foreign Ministry representative asks for the government of Singapore to ensure the safety of the Bandung-bounded aircraft carrying Zhou Enlai.
February 06, 1956
Zhou Enlai’s Brief Statement to British Chargé d'affaires ad interim Con O’Neill Regarding the Princess of Kashmir Investigation
Zhou Enlai welcomed the British confirmation that the explosion of the aircraft "The Princess of Kashmir" was a sabotage plot by Taiwanese agents. He went on, however, to criticize how the British and the Hong Kong administration handled the case. The latter released some Taiwanese agents whom Beijing held to be related to the murder case, used a person suspected by the PRC to be a Taiwanese agent in the investigation, and escorted several Taiwanese agents out of its border to Taiwan.
March 19, 1956
Letter, Young Kee Kim to Chung Whan Cho
Young Kee Kim informs Minister Cho about the departure of US Ambassador and the strike by the Filipino Transport Workers.
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 24, 1956
Note from the British Representative Office in China regarding the 'Kashmir Princess' Aircraft Incident
Con O’Neill informs Zhou Enlai that the 13 persons who were detained by the government of Hong Kong for investigation in connection with the crash of the aircraft "Kashmir Princess" had been deported due to insufficient evidence to hold any of them indefinitely on warrants of detention.
August 09, 1956
Note to the British Representative to China regarding the "Kashmir Princess" Aircraft Incident
Zhou Enlai expressed the dissatisfaction about the release of the detainees by the government of Hong Kong. He emphasized that before the case was resolved, the government of Hong Kong had the responsibility to investigate the incident and to report to the Chinese government.
October 14, 1956
Notes of an Interview with Zhou Enlai
Zhou Enlai describes China's desire to gain international recognition. However, the question of Taiwan as one out of "Two Chinas" makes it difficult to agree internationally, since Great Britain and the United States recognize Taiwan and not PR China as the legitimate Chinese government. Hong Kong and the US endeavor to gain control of Chiang Kai-Shek's Taiwan are also discussed.
October 15, 1956
Speech Given by Mr. Au Young Chuen, Chief of the Hong Kong Delegation at the Opening Session of the Asian Youth and Students Anti-Communist Conference
Au Young Chuen describes Hong Kong's struggle against communism.
February 28, 1957
Report No. 109 from Young Kee Kim to Chung Whan Cho
Young Kee Kim briefs Minister Cho on the Korean guest artists to the Cultural Foundation of the Philippines.
March 27, 1957
Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League Third Annual Conference: Speeches and Reports
Remarks from delegates across Asia, including Ngo Dinh Diem, attending the Third Annual Conference of the Asian Peoples' Anti-Communist League in Saigon, Vietnam.
September 18, 1958
Vietnam and North Korea Ask that We Provide Materials and Maps on the Taiwan Area and Nearby Islands
Vietnam and North Korea request information and maps about Taiwan from the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.