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By Patrick Yu Shuk-siu
This e-book talks in regards to the description of the original situations lower than which the writer, as a matriculation pupil, was once provided a central authority scholarship to go into the college of Hong Kong in 1938, and includes a correct separate account of 8 genuine proceedings dealt with by means of the writer as Defence Counsel.
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Judgment had been pronounced, and no room was left whatever for argument or discussion. The couple of beautiful faces whom we had originally in mind of inviting to the ball quickly vanished into oblivion. That was how sisters Josephine and Margaret became the dancing partners of Ping Tsung and myself at our first ball at the university. We never found out which of the four of us enjoyed the evening least. Another event staged at the Lok Yew Hall was the annual dramatic production by the Arts Faculty.
The meeting with Lt. Gen. Lee was comparatively short. To my surprise, he seemed to be more interested in me than Lt. Comdr. Davies, which did not please the latter at all. General Lee was delighted to hear that I was the younger brother of Pak Chuen and Ping Tsung, because apparently he was mainly responsible for their respective appointments in Qujiang and Chungking. He inquired out of curiosity how much I was being paid by British Naval Intelligence for my job. When I told him, he observed that I was better paid even than he was, and regretted that much as he would love to have me work for him, the Chinese army simply could not afford my kind of salary.
Comdr. Davies and myself, but also of the observations posts to be established. I should mention that Lt. Comdr. Davies had in his possession an extremely impressive document signed personally by Generalissmo Chiang Kaishek authorizing the holder of the document to call on the Commanderin-Chief and all other officers of every war zone visited by him to provide all and every assistance necessary to set up the observation posts. The planned journey from Qujiang to Fuzhou was to be by road via Jiangxi (i'i'SJ) Province.