National Geographic : 1942 Nov
This Old Temple Bell Started a College Strike When it was installed on the Manchuria Christian College campus at Mukden, Chinese pupils complained it did not fit the modern spirit of the school. Finally they became reconciled to it as a work of art, and it rang for classes. When war broke out, Japanese interned Scottish and Irish missionary teachers. From W. T.Turner Between Dairen and Harbin Rolls an American-type Club Car These passengers on the Asia Express are occidentals and Japanese. The diner's waitresses are White Russian girls (page 619). Japan's South Manchuria Railway bought its original rails and rolling stock from the United States. This and other cars made at Dairen areimitations ofAmerican Pullmans.