March 18, 1952
Reply Concerning Ideas for Strengthening Propaganda to International Chinese
Officials in Guangdong weigh how to respond to inquiries and draw support from Overseas Chinese.
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.
March 07, 1955
Notice on Strengthening Party, Group Members’ and Cadres’ Connections to Chinese Internationals
The Chinese government seeks to maximize the support and remittances received from Chinese nationals living abroad.
Decision of the First National People’s Congress regarding Premier and Minister of Foreign Affairs Zhou Enlai’s Announcement concerning the China-Burma border (Draft)
A draft decision calling for a fair and peaceful resolution to the Sino-Burmese border dispute.
September 25, 1958
On the Issues of Market Conditions in Burma and Burmese Businessmen Participating in the Autumn Trade Fair
The Chinese government analyzes the intentions and likely benefits of having Burmese business people come to trade fairs in China.
December 20, 1959
Recommendations for Preparing a Large Welcome for International Chinese
The Chinese government strategizes how it can best bring Overseas Chinese back to the Chinese mainland following the anti-Chinese riots in Indonesia.
February 29, 1960
Ideas for Returned International Chinese Students’ Work
A report on the crackdown against Overseas Chinese in Indonesia and the responses of the Chinese Communist Party.
Organizing Cargo to be Shipped by Air Transport from China to Burma, Cambodia, and Pakistan
A report on organizing air routes between China and Burma, Cambodia, and Pakistan.
June 17, 1974
Chinese Plans for Receiving the Burmese Weightlifting Team
Sport and politics become intertwined as China seeks to improve relations with Burma by receiving a Burmese weight lifting team.