In 1896 there was a curious happening in England. A 30-year-old Chinese doctor, who had graduated only two years before from the medical school in Hong Kong, was kidnapped from a London street and secretly imprisoned inside the Chinese Legation. He was held there for 13 days, but before he could be spirited away to China for execution a warning note was smuggled to an English friend, and he was released by the British police.
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