Delegates began arriving in Taipei on Tuesday (26 September) for the Mongolian People of the World's Anti-Communist congress.
Delegates arrive (2 shots)
EXT. Chung Sang Hall
People line up
Statue of Mr. Sun Yat-sen
People laying wreaths and bowing
People going into hall
TV INT Hall
Official speaks (2 shots)
TV General view delegates.
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Background: Delegates began arriving in Taipei on Tuesday (26 September) for the Mongolian People of the World's Anti-Communist congress.
They were greeted by senior Taiwan government officials, and later in the day assembled outside the Chung Sang Hall to lay wreaths at the memorial statue to Sun Yat-Sen, founder of modern China.
Inside the congress hall, the delegates heard a message of welcome form Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek, praising the Mongolians for their efforts in the world struggle against communism.
Then the Mongolian visitors and their Taiwanese hosts engaged in discussions about improving co-operation and relations between their two peoples.
SYNOPSIS: Delegates arrived in Taipei on Tuesday for an anti-Communist congress of Mongolians form around the world They were greeted by senior officials of the Taiwan government. At first it was feared that the arrival of the Mongolian visitors would co-incise with widespread demonstrations in Taipei over the visit of Japanese Premier Tanaka to the People's Republic of China. These fears were groundless...instead, citizens turned out in force to welcome the Mongolians.
Before the first session of the congress, the Mongolians assembled outside Chung Sano Hall to pay homage at the statue of Sun Yat-Sen, founder of Modern China.
Then came the meeting itself, at which a message of welcome form Generalissimo Chiang Kai Shek was read out. The Taiwan leader praised the Mongolians for their efforts in the world struggle against communism. Later the delegates and their Taiwanese hosts engaged in detailed discussions about improving mutual co-operation and relations between Mongolians and Taiwanese peoples.