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by Alice M. Beechert,Edward D. Beechert,Koji Ariyoshi

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Alice M. Beechert,Edward D. Beechert,Koji Ariyoshi
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Koji Ariyoshi was born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914.

From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoir of Koji Ariyoshi. Koji Ariyoshi was born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914. Army and was assigned to China, where he met several of China's future leaders, including Mao Zedung

Born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914, Koji Ariyoshi saw the importance of unions and strikes after witnessing labor clashes as a boy. In the 1930s he worked as a stevedore and wrote a series of articles about life on the docks.

Born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914, Koji Ariyoshi saw the importance of unions and strikes after witnessing labor clashes as a boy. In the 1930s he worked as a stevedore and wrote a series of articles about life on the docks for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin.

University of Hawaii Press, 2000 - 225 pages. Following his 1951 arrest on charges of being a Communist, Ariyoshi became known as one of the "Hawai'i Seven" and spent the next year writing "My Thoughts for which I Stand Indicted" for the Record.

Authors: Beechert, Alice M. Beechert, Edward D. LC Subject Headings: Ariyoshi, Koji, 1914-1976 Japanese Americans - Hawaii - Biography . Appears in Collections: UH Press Publications - Biography Monographs. Show full item record Recommend this item View Statistics.

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The Biography Monographs scholarly book series features both reference works with broad appeal to generalists, and volumes by specialists in biographical studies. Born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914, Koji Ariyoshi saw the importance of unions and strikes after witnessing labor clashes as a boy.

From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoirs of Koji AriyoshiBy Koji Ariyoshi, Alice M. Beechert page 104-105. Empire of Texts in Motion: Chinese, Korean, and Taiwanese Transculturations", Karen Laura Thornber, Page 75. ^ Yakuza: Japan's Criminal Underworld By David E. Kaplan, Alec Dubro Page 47. ^ "Political writer Kaji died at 79". The Miami News. 抗战史上的今天 12月19日 鹿地亘对记者谈反战同盟 (in Chinese). 抗战史上的今天】官方频道--纪念中国人民抗日战争暨世界反法西斯战争胜利70周年.

Koji Ariyoshi, From Kona to Yen'an: The Political Memoirs of Koji Ariyoshi, Beechert, Edward . and . and Alice M. Beechert, eds, (Honolulu, HI: U of Hawaii Press, 2000). Carolle J. Carter, Mission to Yenan: American Liaison with the Chinese Communists 1944-1947 (Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1997). The book describes the experiences of Jeanne Wakatsuki and her family before, during and following their imprisonment at the Manzanar concentration camp due to the United States government's internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Hugh Deane, Good Deeds & Gunboats: Two Centuries of American-Chinese Encounters (San Francisco: China Books & Periodicals, 1990).

Koji Ariyoshi From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoir of Koji Ariyoshi (A Biography Monograph). ISBN 13: 9780824823764. From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoir of Koji Ariyoshi (A Biography Monograph). ISBN 10: 0824823761 ISBN 13: 9780824823764.

Born on a Kona coffee plantation in 1914, Koji Ariyoshi saw the importance of unions and strikes after witnessing labor clashes as a boy. In the 1930s he worked as a stevedore and wrote a series of articles about life on the docks for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin. After World War II broke out, Ariyoshi used his language skills in the U.S. Army and was assigned to China, where he met several of China's future leaders, including Mao Zedong.

After returning to Hawaii, Ariyoshi became the editor of the Honolulu Record, the voice of labor during the turbulent postwar conflicts between unions and Hawaii's ruling elites. Following his 1951 arrest on charges of being a Communist, Ariyoshi spent the next years writing "My Thoughts for which I Stand Indicted" for the Record. The present volume draws from this series of weekly articles to create an energetic and thoughtful work chronicling a life lived at the center of events that transformed Hawaii, America, China and the world.