Correspondence, draft speeches and notes relating to Peking for the British Industry Technology Exhibition

Made:
1972-1977
part of archive:
Kenneth Cantlie Archive
maker:
Cantlie, Kenneth

Original folder titled 'Peking Visit 1973' containing correspondence, draft speeches and notes relating to the British Technological Industrial Exhibition held in Peking between 26th March - 7 April 1973. Contains a draft speech by Kenneth Cantlie on the recent development on locomotive design, correspondence with Mr Hsia Yun-Fu (the Embassy of China, London) and Mo Tsen-Huei (Ministry of Communications, Peking) regarding the Peking Exhibition and Kenneth Cantlie's presentation; correspondence with the Railway Industry Association (former LMA) regarding the Chinese Railway Mission to the UK; Sino-British Trade Council meeting minutes; correspondence with George Carpenter, Kenneth Cantlie's business partner through Verity-Orient LTd. relating to the Peking Exhibition, Kenneth Cantlie's lecture, Giesl ejectors and companies Plasser and Theurer and Wickham they were representing (1973); correspondence and report on railway sleepers in China for Costain Concrete Co.; letter from Madame Soon Ling Ching, wife of Sun Yat-Sen (1973); receipts related to Kenneth Cantlie's expenses; copies of Chinese language translation tables for commonly used phrases and names.

Details

Extent:
1 file with approx. 100 pages
Identifier:
CANT/1/76

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