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The Hoover Institution's interest in China dates back to Herbert Hoover's work in Tientsin, China, where he served as a mining engineer in 1899 and was caught up in the Boxer Rebellion. During the early years of the twentieth century Hoover obtained books on Chinese history for Stanford University, while his wife, Lou Henry Hoover, collected blue-and-white porcelain.
An Exhibition Documenting the History of China during the Twentieth Century
The exhibit will showcase information regarding General Stilwell's infantry fighting in Burma, in 1944