Isabel Crook, 107, Dies; Her Life in China Spanned a Century of Change
A noted educator and anthropologist, she spent almost her entire life in China, where she was a committed friend of the Communist government.
NY Times 08/24/23
Isabel Crook, a China-born daughter of Canadian missionaries who became one of her adopted country’s most celebrated foreign residents, beloved as an , anthropologist and articulate advocate for the Communist state, died on Sunday in Beijing. She was 107.