Maoriland Worker, Volume 13, Issue 51, 19 December 1923, Page 1
Battle Hjnm of the Chinese Revolution (1912) Freedom, one of the greatest blessings o£ heaven, United to Peace, thou wilt work on this earth ten thousand wonderful new things. Grave as a spirit, great as a giant rising to the very skies, With the clouds for a chariot and the wind for a steed, Come, come to reign over the earth! For the sake of the black hell of our slavery, Come, enlighten, us with a tray of ■thy sun! In this cenxury we are working to open a new age, In. this century, with one voice, all virile men Are calling for a new making of heaven and earth. Hin-Yun, our ancestor, guide us! Spirit <ji Freedom, come and protect us. —Translated from the Chinese, and j taken from Upton Sinclair's "The Cry for Justice."