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Chinese intellectuals and the West, 1872-1949.
Y.C. (Yi Chu) Wang
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One outcome of their efforts was the publication of some biographies of Chiang Kai-shek in foreign languages, with the aim of improving the knowledge and understanding of the Chinese leader’s personality. The Chinese enlightenment: Intellectuals and the legacy of the May Fourth (ca/).
Discourses weighed in the balance. In W.-T. Chan (Ed.), A source book in Chinese philosophy. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Google Scholar. Wang, Y. Chinese intellectuals and the west – Chapel Hill: University of North Author: Michael R.
Matthews. The Chinese translation was published on the occasion of Japan's occupation of Manchuria More than 1, German-language books had been translated into Chinese by the beginning of the Second World War, the majority of them works on culture and philosophy This discourse slowed down in the late s, due to two major events: the Chinese Cited by: 8.
The “Great Leap Forward” plan calls for an unrealistic increase in industrial and agricultural production. All land is collectivized and farmers are organized into People’s Communes. Mao declares the goal of passing Great Britain in industrial production byand backyard furnaces for steel production are created across the country.
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Contents. The current status of Chinese intellectuals reflects traditions established in the imperial period. For most of this period, government officials were selected from among the literati on the basis of the Confucian civil service examination system.
Intellectuals were both participants in and critics of the government. As Confucian scholars, they were torn between their loyalty to the emperor. Chinese Intellectuals and the West – Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press.
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Wang, Y. Chinese Intellectuals and the West, University of North Carolina, This volume deals with the intellectuals of China?the American- and European-educat ed elite during the period from to ?and what they did with their Western edu cation.
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The Nationalist era contained the germs of a reformist, liberal order, the legacy of which can be seen in the pro-democracy movement of the post-Mao period.
This book fills an important gap in the historical literature on Chinese intellectuals between May Fourth radicalism and the Chinese Communists' accession to power. Chinese intellectuals and the West, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press  (OCoLC) Online version: Wang, Y.C.
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