Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) arrive in Taipei from Korean prison camps.
Taipei Taiwan Date:1954 Duration:7 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) aboard U.S. Navy LST ships, including LST 616, reach Keelung harbor in Taiwan. They return from Korean prison camps. Large crowd cheers on dock cheer. The crowd waves flags and carries banners. Band plays music. Chinese prisoners disembark from ship. They are greeted by General Chiang Ching-kuo and other Chinese officials. Prisoners march with flags. Men and women give a warm welcome to prisoners. Chinese officials speak at mike in auditorium. Prisoners lined up holding bouquet. Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and other Chinese officials address men in auditorium.US Major General, William C. Chase, Commanding General of the American Military Advisory Group on Taiwan, speaks to them. Chinese prisoner speaks on mike. Prisoners with clenched fists. American crew of ships which escorted Chinese prisoners to Taiwan presented with gifts. Chinese troops with flags march on streets of Taipei. They get on trucks. Crowd waves to leaving Chinese prisoners. Large crowd lined up on streets. Chinese girls in white clothes ride bicycles. Prisoners on trucks shake hands with people. Premier Chang Chun and other Chinese officials await the arrival of Chinese prisoners in Presidential mansion. Premier Chang Chun and other Chinese officials wave hats to arriving prisoners. Trucks on road. Crowd and children wave flags and cheer to welcome prisoners. Prisoners arrive to barracks on field.
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