Template:Did you know nominations/Gao Xiaoxia
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- ... that just before the US government banned Chinese students from returning home, Gao Xiaoxia abandoned her Ph.D. studies and left America in 1951 on one of the last China-bound ships? Source: "American government passed an act to forbid Chinese students and scientists in America including Qian Xuesen to return the new Communist China. ... Gao Xiaoxia and he immediately decided to return to China even though she was just about to get her PhD. ... boarded the "General Gordon" cruise, which was the one of the last three cruises heading toward China right before the act was put into force."
- Reviewed: Suvorov Square (Saint Petersburg) (second of two QPQs)
- Needs the year she fled, for context. I assumed at first it was a reference to the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1934, and was surprised to see it was a later much less publicized visa incident in the 1950s. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 22:56, 16 June 2019 (UTC)