Old Newbury Museum Presents ‘China Rocket Man’ | Local news

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Tianyu M. Fang, a 2020 graduate of The Governor’s Academy, is a first-year student at Stanford University and a freelance journalist based in Beijing and California. His articles have appeared in Foreign Policy, South China Morning Post, SupChina, and other publications around the world. Consequent to an uncertain McCarthy-era accusation of Qian’s affiliation with the Communist Party USA, Eisenhower deported Qian back to China where the MIT- and Cal Tech-trained engineer, who had been developing rocket engines in Cal Tech’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, went on to boost China’s space and ballistic missile technologies.

To register for this program, go to the museum’s website at www.NewburyHistory.org and click on the calendar page. There will be a link to Eventbrite to reserve your ticket. All those making a reservation will receive a Zoom link to the program. There is no charge for this program, although donations to the museum are gratefully accepted. Source

 

Support for the museum’s programs is provided in part by Mass Humanities and the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Museum of Old Newbury preserves and interprets the history of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury from pre-settlement to the present and carries out its mission through the administration of the Cushing House, the Perkins Engraving Plant, and other historic structures on its High Street campus and furthers its purpose through lectures, exhibitions, educational programs, publications, and research.

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