U. S. Role in Chinese Problems Is Feature Of Fourth Law Forum
China's economic and political problems and the role which America may play in solving them, will be the subject of the fourth Law School Forum of the year, to be held tonight at 7:45 o'clock in Sanders Theater.
Speaking on the topic "What Is the Solution in China?" will be Chen Chi-Mai, counsellor to the Chinese Embassy and wartime assistant to Chiang Kai-Shek, and John K. Fairbank '29, associate professor of History. The Forum will be moderated by Warren A. Seavey '01, Bussey Professor of Law and formerly head of the law school at Pei Yang University in China.
Chen Chi-Mai, who holds a Ph.D. from Columbia, was teaching public law in China at the outbreak of the Japanese War in 1937, when he was asked by the government to head the executive council of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek. In 1944, he was appointed Counsellor to the Chinese Embassy in Washington. He attended the Dumbarton Oaks and San Francisco conferences as a member of the Chinese delegation, and is now China's representative to UNRRA and to the Emergency Food Committee.