We then fell into the hands of the enterprising editors of an up-to-date magazine called Kaizo, who conducted us around Kyoto and Tokyo, taking care always to let the journalists know when we were coming, so that we were perpetually pursued by flashlights and photographed even in our sleep. In both places they invited large numbers of professors to visit us. In both places we were treated with the utmost obsequiousness and dogged by police-spies.
Source: Bertrand Russell: The Autobiography of Bertrand Russell, v.2,chap.3: China
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