1937 nian xinan yimiao mizu qingyuan daibiao zaihu huodong shulun -- yi shenbao wei zhongxin de kaocha (A Discussion On The Movements Of Southwest Yi And Miao Ethnic Representatives In Shanghai In 1937: An Investigation Through Eports In The "shenbao")
Between June 1936 and July 1937, the Miao and Yi ethnic minorities in southwestern China elected Gao Yuzhu as the representative of their leaders, and Yu Jiecai as representative of their people, to present their petitions to the Republican government in Nanjing. During that period, the representatives also went to Shanghai several times between February and July of 1937. This article references news reports from "Shen Bao," and systematically organizes and analyzes the Miao-Yi representatives' activities in Shanghai. The author argues that the representatives' visits to Shanghai had multiple implications on the contemporary history of Chinese ethnic relations, and made positive influences on the dynamics between ethnic minorities and the general Zhonghua (Chinese) nationality.