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Pacific ApostleThe 1920-21 Diary of David O. McKay in the Latter-day Saint Island Missions$
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David O. McKay

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780252042850

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252042850.001.0001

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Touring Korea and China

Touring Korea and China

Chapter:
(p.41) Chapter Three Touring Korea and China
Source:
Pacific Apostle
Author(s):

David O. McKay

, Reid L. Neilson, Carson V. Teuscher
Publisher:
University of Illinois Press
DOI:10.5622/illinois/9780252042850.003.0003

On January 6, 1921, McKay and Cannon departed from Shimonoseki, Japan, on a steamer bound for Pusan, Korea. Over the next ten days, they traveled up the Korean peninsula towards Manchuria, eventually entering northern China. After arriving in Beijing (Peking), McKay dedicated the “Chinese realm” for the future preaching of Mormonism. McKay spent time observing the Asiatic customs of the day, frequently making comparisons between the Korean, Chinese, and Japanese peoples. McKay made clear his frustrations with local beggars and commented on the poverty-stricken state of the Asian countryside. Having completed their tour, the two men traveled south to Shanghai, where, on January 16, they departed on the steamer Tenyo Maruru for Yokohama to conclude their tour of the Japan Mission.

Keywords:   McKay, dedication, Korea, Manchuria, China, mission, missionary, missionaries, Mormon

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