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《中国名人录》(英語:Who's Who in China),《上海密勒氏评论报》(The China Weekly Review)於1918-1950年間系列作,九度更新緊貼時局,圖文並荗介绍中華民國政商大老及專業精英,係研究民国史的重量級外文参考书。系列作並非旨在囊括一切名人,而是尽可能令世界認識中国人。[1]

時代背景编辑

1917年6月9日,汤姆斯·密勒(T. F. Millard)在上海创刊《密勒氏评论报》(英語:Millard's Review),读者主要是在华外侨、中国政界和知识分子,海外读者亦多,在美国、欧洲和中国有一定的影响力[2]。1919年,《密勒氏评论报》由约翰·比尔·鲍威尔(John Bill Powell)接管,英文名改为《中国每周评论》(The China Weekly Review),其子约翰·威廉·鲍威尔英语John W. Powell隨後繼任主編。[3]

編纂取材编辑

鲍威尔父子的信息來自北京和天津的外国人,以及在該報做的调查问卷,受訪者包括商界和科学界,还采访了清华学校校友及从美国归国的人士[4]

在1925年之前,《中国每周评论》已经出版两次《中国名人录》,但主编鲍威尔父子仍然希望继续更新,以囊括最新的中国国内人物变化。1924年9月的第二次直奉战争,直接促使了鲍威尔父子进行第三次改版的延期和出版[5]

1931年,日军入侵中国东北和上海,所以鲍威尔父子在1933年进行了第四版的补充版,囊括了当时抵抗日军的国共军事将领、以及一些著名的佛教僧侣[6]

體例舉隅编辑

以下為第三版(1925年)的首五十則體例,所列英文譯名及圖片皆照原文刊出(餘下四百多則體例見表格下方「顯示」欄)。

譯名 中文名
An Ti-sheng 安迪生 厚齋  
Ch'a Liang-chao 查良釗 勉仲  
Chai Chao-lin 翟兆麟 瑞符  
Chang Ch'a 張詧 退庵  
Chang Chi-ying (Chang Nieh-yun) 張驥英 籋雲  
Chang Chia-ao (Chang Kia-ngau) 張嘉璈 公權  
Chang Chia-shen (Carson Chang) 張嘉森 君勵  
Chang Chien 張謇 季直  
Chang Chien-wen (Tsang Chan-vung) 張鑑文 達卿  
Chang Ch'ih-t'an (Chang Chih-tan) 張志潭 遠伯  
Chang Ching-fen (Chang King-fan) 張景芬 仁農  
Chang Ching-hui 張景惠 叙五  
Chang Ching-yao 張敬堯 勳臣  
Chang Chung-chang 張宗昌  
Chang Fu-lai 張福來 子恆  
Chang Fu-yun 張福運 景文  
Chang Hsi-yuan 張錫元 嘏民  
Chang Hsiang-lin (Ziang-ling Chang) 張祥麟 祥麟  
Chang Hsiang-wen 張相文 蔚西  
Chang Hsiao-je (Chang Chien-Jr.) 張孝若 詒祖  
Chang Hsueh-Iiang 張學良 漢卿  
Chang Hu 張弧 岱杉  
Chang Huai-chih 張懷芝 子志  
Chang Hung-lieh (H. L. Chang) 張洪烈 幼山  
Chang I-lin 張一麐 仲仁  
Chang Kuang-chien 張廣建 勳伯  

 

譯名 中文名
Chang Kuo-kan 張國淦 乾若  
Chang Li-ao (L. N. Chang) 張履鼇 履鼇  
Chang Lu-ch'uan 張魯泉 魯泉  
Chang Pai-ling (Chang Po-ling) 張伯苓 伯苓  
Chang Shao-tseng 張紹曾 敬輿  
Chang Shih-chao (S. C. Chang) 章士釗  
Chang Shou-ling 張壽齡 筱松  
Chang Tsai-yang 張載揚 暄初  
Chang Tso-hsiang 張作相 輔臣  
Chang Tso-lin 張作霖 雨亭  
Chang Tsung-hsiang 章宗祥 仲和  
Chang Tsung-yuan 章宗元 伯初  
Chang Yao-hsiang (Chang Yao-chiang) 張耀翔 耀翔  
Chang Ying-fang 張膺方 亞馨  
Chang Ying-hua 張英華 月笙  
Chang Yu-ch'uan (Y. C. Chang) 張煜全 昶雲  
Chang Yuan-shan (Y. S. Djang) 章元善 彥馴  
Chao Ch'ing-hua 趙慶華 燧山  
Chao Erh-sun 趙爾巽 次珊  
Chao Heng-t'i 趙恆惕 炎午  
Chao Hsi-en (S. U. Zau) 趙錫恩 晉卿  
Chao Kuo-t'sai (G. T. Chao) 趙國材 月潭  
Chao Te-san (H. T. Chao) 趙德三 宣堂  
Chao Yu-k'e 趙玉珂 子聲  







版本编辑

第三、四、五版另有增补版,故總共九版。

  • Who's Who in China, 1st ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1918.
  • Who's Who in China, 2nd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1920.
  • Who's Who in China, 3rd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1925.
  • Who's Who in China, Suppl. to 3rd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1928.
  • Who's Who in China, 4th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1931.
  • Who's Who in China, Suppl. to 4th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1933.
  • Who's Who in China, 5th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1936.
  • Who's Who in China, Suppl. to 5th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1940.
  • Who's Who in China, 6th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1950.

条目脚注编辑

  1. ^ 王世澂误

参考文獻编辑

  1. ^ Who's Who in China, 3rd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1925. pp.5 "The civil war of September, 1924, forced the revision of many of the biographies and delayed for several months the publication of this volume."
  2. ^ 朱少伟. 《密勒氏评论报》见证现代风云. 新民晚报. 2009-07-19 [2014-01-13]. (原始内容存档于2014-01-13). 
  3. ^ 沈荟、程礼红. “中国人民忙于重建自己的国家,他们没有时间放松和娱乐” 《密勒氏评论报》报道成立伊始的新中国. 人民网(《新闻记者》杂志供稿). 2009-09-29 [2014-01-13]. 
  4. ^ Who's Who in China, 3rd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1925. pp.5 "Then about a year ago, owing to the attention which has been devoted to the Returned Students and their place in modern Chinese Society, it was suggested that we include the names and biographies of the alumni of Tsing Hua College of Pe- king, otherwise the names and information regarding the Chinese men and women who have studied in the United States through the school in Peking which was established as a result of the lirst remission of the American share of the China Boxer In- demnity. This list was compiled by Mr. C. T. Tsai, Alumni Secretary through the courtesy of Dr. Y. S. Tsao, President of the institution."
  5. ^ Who's Who in China, 3rd ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1925. pp.5 "The civil war of September, 1924, forced the revision of many of the biographies and delayed for several months the publication of this volume."
  6. ^ Who's Who in China, 4th ed. Shanghai: The China Weekly Review. 1931. "the contents of the bock may be briefly described under the following group- ings; (1) Revisions of biographies of the leading officials of the National Government, military and civil; (li) The military and political leaders who participated in the :ance against the Japanese invasion of the Three Eastern Provinces, Shanghai, Jehol and North China proper during the period of 1931-33; (3) Provincial Governors and regional military leaders in the various provinces ranging from Sinkiang to Canton; (4) Educational workers and men of profession; (5) Leaders of business and industry banghai and elsewhere in China; (6) Christian and Welfare workers. As a special feature, the book contains the first Chinese Buddhist menk and one Thibetan religious leader from Hsikang in Inner Thibet."