procerus (Matsumura), Foochow
, China (1935), MS Yang leg., Pres.
Spanish (214,355 events) remains the language most often interpreted in the courts, accounting for 94 percent of all reported events, followed by Mandarin (1,792 events), Arabic (1250 events), Vietnamese (863 events), Korean (796 events), Cantonese (745 events), Russian (610 events), French (417 events), and Foochow
At its peak, it was reputedly guarded by one million men, Left: Foochow
Road (Fuzhou Lu), Shanghai, 1929.
These communities were based on the dialect groupings of southeast China, namely Hakka, Cantonese, Hokkien, Teohchew, Hainanese and Hohchew (Foochow
May 18 After months of struggling with Japanese armies, the Chinese liberate their port city of Foochow
. May 21 Time magazine reports that Helen Zuhars Goad MacDowell faced a heartrending decision.
Tour 1 Vladivostok, Russia; Pusan, Korea; Japan; the Hawaiian Islands; Foochow
, China; Penang, Malaysia; San Diego, USA; Panama Canal.
It is close to impossible to trace Galeote Pereira's route across the Chinese interior to Foochow
(Fuzhou) for its confusions.
In 1917, the Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church founded Hwa Nan College in Foochow
, China to train females for Christian leadership.
The humiliating Treaty of Nanjing followed, opening five ports - Canton, Amoy, Foochow
, Ningpo and Shanghai - to foreign trade.
But for Foochow
[Fuzhou] [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] dialect, we do have good missionary and other documents.
The planned course covered targets in Nanking, Wuhan, Hangchow, Shangjao (where Robin Yeh had crashed) and Foochow
. The estimated time for leaving the mainland was a few minutes past noon.