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Children, Education and a New China, 1902-1915

In Fusion of East and West, Limin Bai presents a major work in the English language that focuses on Chinese textbooks and the education of children for a new China in a critical transitional period, 1902–1915. This study examines the life and work of Wang Hengtong (1868–1928), a Chinese Christian educator, and other Christian and secular writings through a historical and comparative lens and against the backdrop of the socio-political, ideological, and intellectual frameworks of the time. By doing so, it offers a fresh perspective on the significant connection between Christian education, Chinese Christian educators and the birth of a modern educational system. It unravels a cross-cultural process whereby missionary education and the Chinese education system were mutually re-shaped.

In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West
In: Fusion of East and West