Liang Guanglie visit to the United States met with veterans of World War II Flying Tigers (Figure)
Neil Keller Wei, (former) presented to Liang Guanglie the Chennault portrait, she asked, “Do you think we look a lot like?”
People (microblogging) (microblogging), Washington, May 7 (reporters Wen Xian) the morning of the 7th Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Liang Guanglie met in the U.S. capital of Washington during World War II American Volunteer Air Force commander of the “Flying Tigers” members Jay Wen Yade and the “Flying Tigers” Claire Chennault’s granddaughter Neil Kay Brewer.
Liang Guanglie, during World War II. Claire Chennault led the “Flying Tigers” one with the Chinese people against Japanese aggressors. The Chinese people will never forget those who have supported and helped our old friend. The good development of the Sino-US relations not only need the efforts of the two governments also need the active participation of the two peoples. I hope the peoples of the two countries join hands to strive for the positive development of Sino-US relations.
as a member of the “Flying Tigers”, Jay Wen Yade in July 1944 to February 1945, worked on a combat mission in China, Myanmar, India, executed over 87 missions in the Hump current U.S. Hump Flight Association President. He said that China is my second home. Very grateful to the Chinese friends a warm and also hope that the future development of Sino-US relations.
Neil Keller Williams said, during World War II, the United States and China against Japan. My grandfather loves China. I am very touched by the Chinese people still remember that period of history, that history is very important to the United States and China. She wished for Liang Guanglie this visit a complete success. ★
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