|954.|| Burchett Wilfred and
Rewi Alley. China: the quality of the. New
York: Penguin Books, 1976. 312 p.|
A report of the authors' travels across China including topics on communes, health care, and minorities.
|955.|| Chiang Yee. China revisited: after forty-two years. New York: Norton, 1977. 180 p.|
After an absence of forty-two years, the author returned to China, told of his travel, and recorded his impressions of China.
|956.|| Durdin Tillman,
James Reston and
ed. Report from Red China. New York: Quadrangle Books, 1971. 367
Other title: New York Times report from Red China.
Stories told by the first American newspaperman to report from China since the Cultural Revolution, by an editor and columnist of the Times. and by a reporter who revisited China after twenty-one years away from there.
|957.|| Fisher Lois. A Peking diary: a personal account of modern China. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1979. 256 p.|
Focuses on details of daily life in Beijing covering the period of 1973- 1976, when she lived in Beijing with her journalist husband.
|958.||Fok Pat and Ross Terrill. Faces of China: tomorrow, today, yesterday. London: Michael Joseph, 1974. 190 p.|