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Home > Books, History, Quotes, Reading > What I’m Reading: Silver Like Dust – 10 in a series – “How to Tell Japs from the Chinese.”

What I’m Reading: Silver Like Dust – 10 in a series – “How to Tell Japs from the Chinese.”

August 2nd, 2019

”Three days before Christmas of 1941, Life magazine ran an article titled “How to Tell Japs from the Chinese.” The article presented photographs of two men, one Japanese and one Chinese, placed side by side. There were arrows drawn with handwritten notes describing the differences in the facial features of the two men.”

From  Silver Like Dust by Kimi Cunningham Grant

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