The Life and Work of Dr. C.C. Chang

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The Life and Work of Dr. C.C. Chang

Subject

This collection contains items about the life and work of Dr. Chieh-chien Chang, a Chinese American scientist and faculty member of the Catholic University of America between 1963 and 1977.

Description

Archives of the Catholic University of America

Creator

Atlas Tian Xu

Contributor

AMERICAN CATHOLIC HISTORY RESEARCH CENTER AND UNIVERSITY ARCHIVES

Language

English, Chinese, Japanese

Type

Documents and Images

Coverage

1908 to 2006

Collection Items

Plasma Space Sciences Symposium Banquet
In a 1967 article, Dr. Gabriel D. Boehler briefly introduced Dr. Chang’s career and recalled that Chang “was in June 1963 Director of a very successful Symposium on Plasma Space Sciences which attracted world attention.” The symposium marked the…

Xi'an County Town Center
A 1930s picture taken by a Japanese photographer shows Xi’an county’s town center (today part of Liaoyuan city, Jilin Province), which was the nearest town to Dr. Chang’s home village. Notice the bilingual billboard in the middle, which juxtaposes…

Japanese Troops in Manchuria
Japanese troops in an unidentified city in northeastern China, circa September to October 1931. Notice the Chinese street signs and the Japanese national and military flags.

A Monoplane Designed by Chieh-Chien Chang
A monoplane designed by Chieh Chien Chang and Yin Wenyou. Tsinghua University’s Grand Auditorum is in the background.
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