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February 26, 1951
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Approved For Release 2000/05/I V. CIA-RDP82-00457R0071000 2%5 1,&5 UL.ASbIhIt,:P l IUfV COIJF 5. TIAL CENTRAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY REPORT NO. 1 INFORMATION REPORT CD NO,. 1? COUNTRY Chinafllong Kong, cacao/Indochina cOIVFIDEN i]A DATE DISTR. 26 Feb, 1951 SUBJECT Consideration by South China Sub-Bureau of NO. OF PAGES Chinese Communist International Plans 25X1A NO. OF ENCLS: a !.1 25X1X SUPPLEMENT ` In late January at a meeting of the Hong Kong Executive Committee of "the South China Sub-Bureau, CIIANG Tioh-.shong*, Chairman of the Committee? made the following announcements. a, Chinese Cotmchumist military authorities are planning to invade Hong Kong, Macao, and Indochina soon, b. All possible political and military information on those areas must be consolidated by the Committee as soon as possible, co The Committee must establish armed underground forces in Hong Kong and I.iacao to aid the regular Chinese Communist Array troops when the invasion is startod.* d. Members of the Committee should obtain positions wit} communications organizations in Hong Kong to aid in obtaining control of these. 2. Communists who live in Singapore, the United States, and the Philippines, or who have relatives there are being trained at Nanfang University in Canton and sent to those countries.*** From 1 December 1950 until the end of January 1951 about 300 graduates were sent to these countries. 25X1X 3, Communist students Who have returned to China from the United States are urged to maintain contact with and try to obtain information 25X1A about United States defenses' ae o os a o er items of interest, 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A Dodupt N Comment. CIIA iG Tieh-sheng has been regarded as the senior Chinese c nisi o rosontat in IIonC Kong for some time. See Cormmont, For reports on Chins to Hong ong since 1ov er 1950 X -N``'Y---- Fey ---- MASS. O6 Auth.: I :late: ~1+-~IDISTRIBUT1ON f II1Vr x-r C CONFIDENTIAL This do^umont is hereby regraded to COf.'iD=ICNN ~ IAL in accordance with the letter ci 13 Cc.o`er 1978 from the Di,ector of Central Intelligence to, the Archivist of the Unted States. e 2000/05/18: CIA-RDP L^_Z~''ILCIJ~ Approved For Release 2000/05/18 : CIA-RDP82-00457R007100090012-5 COIZI T IAL CLI1TIU\.L ?I1'i LLIC UCi, AGEIICT 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A 25X1A WOVIDENTIAL 25X1A Commant0 2;knfang University has been reported as the center training for Chinese Communist political workers for overseas areas since the first months of the occupation of Canton in November 1949. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIftmment. The names of a committee of six American-educated C inese cunists fo med for the purpose of maintaining contacts with se students still in the United States are listed in Approved For Release 209QW, 82-00457R007100090012-5