Japanese scholars visit the Hoover Institution

Monday, March 9, 2009
Japanese scholars visit the Hoover Institution
Japanese scholars visit the Hoover Institution

A group of Japanese scholars supported by the Japanese Ministry of Education visited the Hoover Institution in March to study its unique modern China collection so as to gain a better understanding of twentieth-century China. The scholars met with Hoover fellows on March 9 to discuss the Hoover Institution’s newly acquired historical records and the relationship between China and Japan. They also visited the Hoover Archives especially to study the records of the Kuomintang and Chiang Kia-shek’s diaries.