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Papers of Professor Hungdah Chiu - 1970s-1990s   Tags: special collections  

An inventory and guide to the research materials of Professor Chiu in the Thurgood Marshall Law Library.
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Series 1: Research Materials and Publications

Box 1: Research Materials Professor Chiu at the 68th International Law Association Conference (1998).

Folder 1: Independent Taiwan Quarterly. Dates: 1982-1983. Description: Photocopies and originals. Journals of the World United Formosans for Independence (WUFI) movement.

Folder 2: United States policy toward China. Selected Essays and Papers. Dates: 1978-1981. Description: A collection of essays and papers prepared by the Foreign Relations Commission of the Asian American Assembly to the National Conference on Asians in America.

Folder 3: China’s commemoration of Hu Yaobang. Dates: 2002,2005. Description: Newspaper clippings.

Folder 4: Various research materials on Taiwan and People’s Republic of China. Dates: various. Description: materials on martial law in Taiwan; publications on the Formosan Independence Army; three issues of Formosa Weekly; two articles (French) on China policy; Country Reports on Human Rights practices for 1979; background notes on the People’s Republic of China (U.S. Dept. of State), 1980; item on “terrorism and Taiwan independence movement.”

Folder 5: Terrorism and the Taiwan Independence Movement: A Preliminary Study. Dates: 1981-1985. Description: research materials and draft versions of a paper on the intersection of Terrorism and the independent Taiwan movement.


Box 2: Publications

Folder 1: “A Secure Taiwan” letter to the editor, Wilson Quarterly, winter 1980.

Communist China's Attitude Toward International Law, title page.Folder 2: Program ILA (International Law Association), 68th conference. 1998.

Folder 3: China’s Criminal Justice System and the Trial of Pro-Democracy Dissidents, 1992, [reprint] (2 copies).

Folder 4: The 1982 Chinese Constitution and the Rule of Law, 1985, [reprint] (2 copies).

Folder 5: Issues and Studies: A Journal of China Studies and International Law, 1985,1986,1990,1993 [reprints] (7 issues).

Folder 6: Communist China’s Attitude toward International Law, 1966, [reprint] (2 copies).

Folder 7: The Position of Customary International Law and Treaties in Chinese Law, 1985 [reprints] (2 copies).

Folder 8: Studies in Chinese Law, 1968, 1972 [reprints] (3 issues).

Folder 9: Chinese Yearbook of International Law and Affairs, 1983, 1984, 1986/87, 1996/97 [reprints] (4 issues).

Folder 10: The Korean Journal of International Studies, 1983/84 [reprint].

Folder 11: Maryland Journal of International Law and Trade, 1985, 1987 [reprints] (2 issues).

Folder 12: Asian Bulletin, 1981“Toward a Reunified China,” 1981 [reprint].

Folder 13: The Problem of Delimiting the Maritime Boundary between the Exclusive Economic Zone and the Continental Shelf of Opposite States, 1993 [reprint] (2 copies).

Folder 14: The Taiwan Relations Act and Sino-American Relations, 1991 [reprints] (2 copies).

Folder 15: Myth and Reality of the Kao-Hsiung Incident, 1980 (1 copy).

Folder 16: Miscellaneous Letters and Research Notes, 1985, 1989, 1990, 2005.


Box 3: Research Materials (photocopies, documents, reports, newspaper clippings, correspondence)

Folder 1: Theories and practices of Taiwan’s independence movement, 1975-1983.

Letter from Senator William Roth to Professor Chiu, 1996.

Folder 2: Incidents of violence, terrorism relative to the Coordination Council for North American Affairs Office in New York, 1976-1983.

Folder 3: Overseas Alliance for Democratic Rule in Taiwan, 1975-1978.

Folder 4: Recent developments of human rights in Taiwan, 1979-1980.

Folder 5: Kaohsiung incident, 1979-1980.

Folder 6: Kaohsiung incident, 1979-1980.

Folder 7: Kaohsiung incident, case of Hsu Hsing-Liang, 1979.

Folder 8: Overseas Alliance for Democratic Rule in Taiwan (files for Kuo Yu-Hsin), 1978-1979.

Folder 9: Pre-Kaohsiung period (magazine “Trend” case, Taiwan Courts reform reports, and Non-party personage campaign), 1979.

Folder 10: Lists of incidents of violence & case of legislator Tzeng, Yansham assaulted in New York City, 1970-1980.

Folder 11: Myth and Reality of the Kaohsiung Riot (pamphlet), 1980.

Folder 12: Kaohsiung Incident, 1979-1980.

Folder 13: Parcel bomb incident (Hsieh, Tung-Min, injured by parcel bomb, Oct. 1976); Self-help manual for the People of Taiwan Independence by World United Formosans for Independence, April 1976.

Folder 14: Case of Lam, Kin-ming, February 1981.

Folder 15: Fire bomb incidents in 1980, attributed to Taiwanese terrorists in California, 1980; Los Angeles Times, July 30, 1981.

Folder 16: Declaration on the Establishment of the Coalition for Taiwanese Nationhood, December 1979.

Folder 17: Case of Husang, Zyan Tu, assassination of Teng, Yung-Kong in Paris, 1973.

Folder 18: Cheng, Tzu-Tsia assassinated Chiang, Chin Kuo in New York, 1970.


Box 4: Research Materials (photocopies, documents, reports, newspaper clippings, correspondence)

Folder 1: “The Chinese Military: Its Role and Growth” (congressional testimony), 1995.

Folder 2: Congressional testimony, 1995-1996 (originally filed in single red binder).

Folder 3: Congressional testimony, 1995-1996 (originally filed in single red binder).

Folder 4: The Capacity of International Organizations to Conclude Treaties, and the Special Legal Aspects of the Treaties so Concluded (book), 1966.

 

Series 2: Newspaper and Magazine Clippings

Binders: 1-95: This collection consists of ninety-five loose-leaf binders of clipped newspaper and magazine articles, primarily in Chinese. The date range covers the early 1980s through early 2000/2001.

Sample topics include: United States and China, Foreign Relations; China and Taiwan, Foreign Relations; Taiwan economics; business; investments; Pacific Rim regional cooperation; Taiwan independence movement; international treaties and agreements; maritime industry and trade; tourism; national defense; China reunification movement; World United Formosans for Independence.   These are shelved in a separate location from the archival material above. Please contact Special Collections for access.

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