Oral History Center - UC Berkeley Library

Fu-Yun Chang: Reformer of the Chinese Maritime Customs

Interviewee(s):
Chang, Fu-Yun
Interviewer(s):
Gaustad, Blaine
Title:
Fu-Yun Chang: Reformer of the Chinese Maritime Customs
Abstract:
Family background, childhood and education in Chefoo, Shantung Province; Ch'ing Hua College; Boxer Indemnity Scholarship for undergraduate years at Harvard, choice of legal career and Harvard Law School, 1917; observations on Boxer Rebellion, Chinese history from 1894 to 1920s, China and the West; positions at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Peking; life and politics in Peking, 1920s; meeting with Sun Yat-sen; positions in the Nationalist government between 1927 and 1949; Sino-Japanese relations and Sino-Soviet relations; Asia Foundation. Includes Chang's 1975 memoir on the reformation of the Chinese Maritime Customs in Nanjing government.
Subject area(s):
Education, University of California
Interview date(s):
1976 1979 1983
Project:
Education and University of California - Individual Interviews
Oskicat record:
b10661199
Rights:
Chang, Fu-Yun. "Fu-Yun Chang: Reformer of the Chinese Maritime Customs." Interview by Blaine Gaustad in 1976, 1979 and 1983. Oral History Center, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, 1987.