Letter from Ryo Tsai to H.A. Blundin

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Ai Chih and Ryo (Morikawa) Tsai Family Collection

Thank you for letter. Ai Chih Tsai has submitted his necessary paperwork to the American Consul in Shanghai and that his case would be forwarded to the State Department. Ai Chih Tsai's parents are both Formosans of Chinese descent but remained in Formosa after 1895. After V-J Day (Aug 15, 1945), Formosa reverted to China, and Ai Chih Tsai received his Chinese citizenship papers and a Chinese passport from the Chinese Embassy in D.C. Please send any reports with updates on his case. Thank you for efforts.

August 30, 1947




Courtesy of the Ai Chih and Ryo (Morikawa) Tsai Family Collection, Densho