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  • Bishop Tsen is the first and only Chinese Diocesan Bishop of the Anglican Church in China.

    China Today

  • Tsen yor lebn, the earlier book, is written as a fictionalized diary, while Zlatke, published twenty-four years later, is written as a novel and is nearly twice as long.

    Miriam Raskin.

  • In the case of Tsen yor lebn, one could assume that the author had simply not been in America long enough for English to become part of her overall linguistic universe; however, when one notes the lack of English words in Zlatke, published after she had lived in New York for thirty-one years, it becomes clear that Raskin was indeed aware of linguistic idiom and that she used words deliberately, not casually.

    Miriam Raskin.

  • No further information or critical literature regarding Tsen yor lebn has been found thus far, but her two later books were reviewed extensively in the Yiddish press, both in America and abroad.

    Miriam Raskin.

  • Take a boat tour on the lake, wander its many scenic hiking trails and temples, and be sure to visit the Tsen pagoda, built by the late Kuomintang strongman and Taiwan president Chiang Kai-shek in memory of his mother.

    Taiwan’s Mountain Retreats

  • Su Tsen-chang needs to hurry with lifting the investment laws.

    Foreign Investment as strategy to Evade China-bound investment laws?

  • While stopping at the town of Tsen-pyoo-kyon, about one hundred miles from the capital, they learned that the declaration of war had been made, and that the Burmans and English were at open hostilities.

    Daughters of the Cross: or Woman's Mission

  • PRESIDENT: Bishop Tsen, if you are nearly dead, I am embalmed.

    China Today

  • I have the pleasure to introduce to the Empire Club of Canada, Bishop P. Lindel Tsen, or as he is affectionately known throughout his own country, "Lindel Tsen."

    China Today

  • Even assuming that he was killed in obedience to orders issued by the cruel Viceroy at Yunnan City, the notorious Tsen Yu-ying, and not by a lawless Chinese train-band which then infested the district and are believed by Baber to have been the real murderers, the British Government must still be held guilty of contributory negligence.

    AN AUSTRALIAN IN CHINA

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