Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries

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Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries was founded in May 1954 with the purpose of promoting "friendship and mutual understanding between the Chinese people and other peoples throughout the world."[1]

Turned down for China trip

In April 1974 Hugh DeLacy wrote to Mme. Wu, Peoples Republic of China representative in Ottawa, requesting that a party be allowed to visit the PRC. Those requested to visit were[2];

In December 1974 Delacy recieved a reply from Hu Hung-fan of The Chinese Peoples Association For Friendship With Foreign Countries, Peking, China, inviting the DeLacy's but declining the rest.

The Association invited the DeLacy's to china in for three weeks in the latter part of March or April 1975 and offered to pay all their expenses in China[3].

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  1. Information about Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries from Foreign Affairs Organizations of China
  2. Letter from H Delacy to Mme. Wu April 2 1974, DeLacy papers, University of Washington 3915, box 8, folder 13
  3. Letter from Hu hung-fan to H Delacy Dec. 6 1974, DeLacy papers, University of Washington 3915, box 13, folder 8