This is #3 in the series of China Meets the World. The author speaks to Dr. Wu Yi-Fang 吳貽芳, in 1972 and 1976. Dr. Wu (1893-1985), the first president of the first women's university in China, was a great educator. She contributed significantly to modern China, from the 1911 Revolution on, and through the turbulent years of the Sino-Japanese War, the Civil War, and then the Cultural Revolution.

This article presents brief exerts of their conversation on Dr. Wu’s work in the most difficult periods of Chinese history.

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