February 25, 1906, because Jiang Shaotang, magistrate of the Nanchang county, suffered fatal injuries in the throat after negotiation in Catholic church, riot aroused to kill priests and destroyed their belongings. This event finally closed by compensation paid by the Qing. Because there left Chinese and Western forensic reports on Jiang's corpse, and this was the first time media utilized photograph to report in China, this missionary case is special in forensic and media history of modern China. For details you may refer to our Bulletin: Chang Chiu-wen, “The Nanchang Missionary Case of 1906”.
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