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Tsiang: 'Formosa Is Key to Peace'


T. F. Tsiang, head Chinese delegate to the United Nations and President to the Security Council, told over 200 people at Paine Music Building last night that the 8,000,000 Chinese Nationalists on the island of Formosa could free the mainland of China from Communism.

In a talk sponsored by the United nations Council, he claimed that the 450,000,000 peasants on the mainland are discontent that they wish to be "delivered from Communism." Tsiang stated that "China is the key to the peace and freedom of Asia and Formosa is the key to a free powerful China."

Tsiang charged that the present dangers in China and Korea might be attributed to the Yalta Agreement, when the Soviet Union was given the right of entry into Manchuria that the Soviet Union trained and equipped troops for the Chinese and Korean armies.

He instated that Mao Tsetung will never become a Titoist, since Stalin and the structure of world Communism have much more to offer him.

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