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Elsie Seckyee Ho (何式怡) and Lan-hung Nora Chiang (姜蘭虹)

Introduction Many families migrate for better opportunities in life and a better future for their children. This process often disconnects individuals from their extended family and support networks, including significant social and cultural connections. 1 However, with globalization and

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Guannan Li

Movement, 1932–37 Abstract This paper, the first examination of the urban reconstruction of Nanchang, headquarters of the New Life Movement during a period of “National Revival” from 1932 – 37, presents a fresh understanding of the Guomindang (GMD) New Life Movement. By framing the Nanchang urban

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Chad Meyers

“Chinese philosophy” solely in terms of knowing and understanding is not enough. “Chinese philosophy” possesses at least two levels: the first level is “Chinese philosophy” as a world of meaning. This level connotes a state of mind and the ideal of the ultimate meaning of human life, and particularly the

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Translator Chad Meyers

“Chinese philosophy” solely in terms of knowing and understanding is not enough. “Chinese philosophy” possesses at least two levels: the first level is “Chinese philosophy” as a world of meaning. This level connotes a state of mind and the ideal of the ultimate meaning of human life, and particularly the

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C.M. Morrow

people. His only error lay in the fact that Kongzi improperly raised ren ’s position to that of a universal principle, greatly exaggerating ren as a guide to life and to handling affairs (including political, economic, familial, and others), and taking it as absolute truth his entire life. It is not

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Translator C.M. Morrow

people. His only error lay in the fact that Kongzi improperly raised ren ’s position to that of a universal principle, greatly exaggerating ren as a guide to life and to handling affairs (including political, economic, familial, and others), and taking it as absolute truth his entire life. It is not

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Jan Breman

At the beginning of the 21st century, historical research about the toil, troubles and achievements of workers and labor movements is undergoing an exciting transition to a truly Global Labor History. 1 1 Dealing With Vulnerability in the Pre-capitalist Past Peasant life based

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Heejeong Sohn

, however, it is possible to gain some insight into their priorities and hopes in life. Choi also points out that missionary photography can provide a unique window through which to apply the lens of gender to the analysis of modern Korean women’s bodies. Through their interactions with Western Christian

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Anthony E. Clark

Young Christian Workers Movement, or “Jeunesse Ouvrière Chrétienne,” which was founded by a Belgian priest named Joseph Cardijn (1906–1965). 18 Father Cardijn’s Movement was established in 1925 to mobilize young Catholics to a more upright life of ethical work, and to re-Christianize the world

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Sidney Chalhoub

minds. Instead, he elaborated on the point that protesters indeed believed the purpose of the law was to reduce the free people of African descent to slavery: They even called it “the law of slavery.” Therefore, there seems to have been a shared understanding that motivated the actions of thousands of