The professor of education in the University of Hong Kong analyzes the problems facing China in the breakdown of the slavery...

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THE NEW CULTURE IN CHINA

The professor of education in the University of Hong Kong analyzes the problems facing China in the breakdown of the slavery to the old and static culture, and the antagonism to the Western brand at the same time that they are attempting to absorb it. He shows why it is essential that with the new methods, the value of the old culture should be preserved and not discarded, and why it is inherent in the Chinese character. A philosophical approach, not concrete enough to have wide appeal.

Pub Date: June 3, 1937

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Publisher: Stokes

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1937