Ceremonies for Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) after returning to Taipei from Korean prison camps.
Taipei Taiwan Date:1954 Duration:6 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
Chinese prisoners (People's Republic of China) after arriving in Taipei from Korean prison camps. Chinese prisoners enter barracks. Correspondents from foreign countries take pictures of arriving prisoners. Prisoners interviewed by correspondents. Bodies of prisoners tattooed with anti communist slogans and symbols. Correspondents take pictures. Provisional Governor of Taiwan arrives with General Chiang Ching-kuo to convey official greetings to Chinese prisoners. General Chiang Ching-kuo is badge by a prisoner. Women leader conveys the message from Madame Chiang Kai-Shek. Various Chinese officials address Chinese prisoners. Prisoners give salute to official after receiving gifts. Prisoner badges an official. Flag is presented to official. Taiwan movie stars sing for the Chinese prisoners. Men and women play harmonicas. Chinese prisoners play drums and trumpets. Other prisoners applaud. General Chiang Ching-kuo speaks out the names of the prisoners from list in his hands. Prisoners raise arms. Final ceremonies for the Chinese prisoners. Chinese official hands over envelopes to the men. Chinese prisoners cheer in front of the Presidential mansion in Taipei. Men wave flags and cheer.
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