The team was representative of ethnic Chinese players throughout East Asia, rather than only those based in the Republic of China. The majority of the players selected were from Hong Kong, with the remainder from Shanghai, Singapore, and Java. The Olympic squad was selected on 14th April. During the fortnight prior to the selection, various trialists from outside of Hong Kong appeared as guest players for Chinese clubs in the Hong Kong league, as part of the selection process. In addition, there were two more formal trials: Trial matches: 9- 4 Hong Kong Navy 2-2 China 12- 4 Hong Kong Navy 3-2 South China AA [Kotewall Cup - South China fielded several guest players] Squad (announced 14th April) Leader of delegation: Dr Yung Chi-Chao (Shanghai, China National Amateur Athletic Federation) Manager: Wong Ka-Chun (General Secretary, South China AA, HK) Coach: Ngan Shing-Kwan (Chinese AA, HK) Goalkeepers: Pau Ka-Ping (South China AA, HK), Wong Ki-Leung (South China AA, HK) Fullbacks: Lee Tin-Sang (South China AA, HK), Tam Kong-Pak (South China AA, HK), Mak Shui-Hon (Chinese AA, HK), Chua Boon Lay (Singapore) Halfbacks: Chui Ah-Fai (Chinese AA, HK), Wong Mei-Shun (South China AA, HK), Lee Kwok-Wai (South China AA, HK), Chan Chen-Wo [AKA 'Darkie' Chan] (Chinese AA, HK) (born in Batavia), Leung Shiu-Tong (Shanghai), Leung Wing-Chiu (South China AA, HK) Forwards: Lee Wai-Tong [capt.] (South China AA, HK), Tso Kwai-Shing (South China AA, HK), Fung King-Cheung (South China AA, HK), Chia Yu-Liang (Shanghai), Yeung Shui-Yik (South China AA, HK), Tio Hian Goan (Tiong Hoa, Soerabaja, Java) , Suen Kam-Shun (Chinese AA, HK), Cheuk Shek-Kam (South China AA, HK), Ip Pak-Wah (South China AA, HK), Tay Kwee Liang (South China AA, HK) (born in Singapore).  Tio Hian Goan represented the Dutch East Indies at the 1934 Far Eastern Games in Manila, scoring a hat-trick in their first ever match (7-1 against Japan). Warmup games: 16- 4 Hong Kong Combined Services 0-4 China 19- 4 Hong Kong Hong Kong FA A 1-7 China A * 19- 4 Hong Kong Hong Kong FA B 4-5 China B * 25- 4 Shanghai Shanghai Portuguese 1-6 China 26- 4 Shanghai Shanghai Non-Chinese 3-2 China 27- 4 Shanghai Shanghai Chinese - China [cancelled due to heavy rain] 29- 4 Nanking China B 3-2 China A 1- 5 Shanghai Assoc. Sportive Française 1-2 China Tour games in Asia (P27 W23 D4 L0 F113 A28): 8- 5 Saigon All-Saigon B 1-8 China 9- 5 Saigon All-Saigon 1-4 China 14- 5 Singapore Singapore Civilians 0-4 China ^ 17- 5 Batavia All-Batavia 1-2 China (V.B.O. Bondselftal) 19- 5 Bandoeng All-Bandoeng 2-2 China (V.B.B.O. Bondselftal) 21- 5 Soerabaja Soerabaja Natives 2-10 China (S.I.V.B. Bondselftal) 22- 5 Soerabaja HBS (Houdt Braef Stand) 1-3 China 24- 5 Soerabaja All-Soerabaja 1-3 China (S.V.B. Bondselftal) 26- 5 Malang All-Malang 0-1 China (V.M.O. Bondselftal) 30- 5 Semarang Rest of Semarang 0-9 China 1- 6 Soerakarta All-Soerakarta 2-6 China 2- 6 Soerakarta Soerakarta Chinese YMCA 2-5 China 4- 6 Batavia SVJA (Jong Ambon) 2-7 China 5- 6 Batavia Batavia Chinese 0-3 China £ (U.M.S./T.N.H. Combinatie) 7- 6 Singapore Combined Services 0-4 China 11- 6 Medan All-Medan 0-2 China (Districtploeg Medan) 13- 6 Medan Medan Europeans 0-4 China (Europeesch Bondselftal) 14- 6 Medan Sumatra East Coast 0-2 China (O.S.V.B. Bondselftal) 16- 6 Medan Medan Natives 2-5 China (Inlandsch Bondselftal) 18- 6 Alor Star Kedah 1-8 China 19- 6 Penang Penang 0-0 China 25- 6 Rangoon King's Royal Rifle Corps 3-8 China 27- 6 Rangoon Burma Police 1-3 China 29- 6 Rangoon All-Burma 0-4 China & 4- 7 Calcutta All-India 1-1 China 6- 7 Calcutta All-Calcutta 1-2 China % 8- 7 Bombay All-Bombay 3-3 China In addition to the above games, some articles reported an extra game in Java: 28- 5 "Lonchung" "Lonchung" 0-1 China This probably refers to a match in and against Pekalongan, scheduled for 28- 5, which however was cancelled. Olympic Games: 6- 8 Berlin United Kingdom (Olympic) 2-0 China [Olympic Games] Tour games in Europe (P9 W1 D1 L7 F15 A46): 13- 8 Frankfurt/Main South-West Germany 8-1 China $ [or 8-3] 15- 8 Wien SK Rapid 4-2 China [Hütteldorfer Turnier] 16- 8 Wien SK Admira 11-0 China [Hütteldorfer Turnier] 20- 8 Genève Servette FC 2-3 China 22- 8 Paris Red Star Olympique 2-2 China 23- 8 Le Havre Le Havre AC 6-0 China 27- 8 Amsterdam AFC Ajax 5-3 China 31- 8 London Islington Corinthians FC 3-2 China 1- 9 London Casuals FC 5-2 China Note: Lee Wai-Tong was reportedly offered a professional contract with several European clubs, but declined as he was considering retirement on return to Hong Kong. Fund-raiser for Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek's birthday: 11-10 Hong Kong Rest of Chinese in HK 1-1 China Notes on opposition teams: * both Hong Kong FA teams were composed entirely of civilian Westerners (the services players were unavailable, due to the Army vs Navy match in the Kotewall Cup on the same day). ^ Singapore's team for the Malaya Cup. £ the opposition may have been the Batavia Chinese club UMS (Union Makes Strength). % also reported as All-India. $ the opposition may have been a club.
Sources included: China Mail, Hong Kong Sunday Herald, Straits Times, The Times, The Manchester Guardian, Journal de Genève, Het Vaderland, Reichsport, Sport-Tagblatt, zuqiuziliao.cn, http://hi.baidu.com/hihworks/blog.
Thanks to "Tanaka".
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