- 1939 - Letter, to Land and Freedom,
January-February. Advised he had founded "a
league in the name of Henry George whom I admire forhis writings
and good literature."
- 19xx - Stated in an interview that his
favorite philosopher was Henry George
- 1933 - Became the premier of China
- 1942 - Article, "China Emergent,"
Atlantic Monthly, May, in which she refers to Henry
George's program for ending land monopoly
- 18-- - Graduated from the School of Land
- 1936 - Visited the offices of Land and
Freedom. J.D. Miller writes: "He
is seemingly well versed in our doctrine and may be useful to us
in his country."
- Profession: Physician
- 1930s - Translated all of Henry George's
works into Chinese. He spent forty years in china in a mission
hospital became closely acquainted with Sun Yat-sen
- Chinese philosopher of the third century BC.
Wrote: "...taxation of the ground itself rather than of
what is done with it." [source needs to be researched and
- 1944 -- Delivered address, "Sun
Yat-Sen's Three Principles" (at Henry George School, New
- 1912 - A statement of his principles is
printed in The Public, April
- 1912 - Article,
Owners of Land Owe to Government, an excerpt from an
interview in The Independent, New York
- 1919 - Article, "International
Development of China," The Public, 6 December, pp.
- 1924 - San Min Chu I - lectures transcribed
as delivered. See: Allen S. Whiting, A new Version of San
Min Chu I, the Far Eastern Quarterly, May, 1955,
- 1927 - Statement in the New York
American: "We have neither
capitalists nor great land owners. We have no problems that
bother great industrial nations. We have only a land problem but
no great landlords. We mean to adopt as a policy the rule that
the government shall either tax or buy all lands according to
values fixed by their owners. When the landlord has fixed the
value and the government has record it, the value of land the
government does not buy increases. The increased value shall go
to the government."
- 1936 - Memorial meeting in his honor held at
the Henry George School, New York, NY. Attendees included Dr.
Henry Noble MacCracken, President of Vassar College; Dr.
Tsune-Chi You, Chinese Consul General in New York
- 1994 - Article,
George, Sun Yat-sen and China: More Than Land Policy Was
Involved, American Journal of Economics and Sociology,
- 1942 - Serving as President, Chinese
National Academy, Peiping
- 1942 - Visited the Henry George School in
New York; Margaret Bateman proposed that a Henry George School
be established in China after the war
- 1944 - Serving as President, World
Confederation of International Groupments
- 1944 - Attended address given by Maurice
William on Sun Yat-Sen, at Henry George School, New York, 30
- 1944 - Working ona World Encyclopedia, to
include a volume on Henry George
- 194- - Served as President, University of
- 194- - Serving as Representative of China at
League of Nations