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Volume 3, Issue 2 (1974)

Spirit and Values of the Chinese People: Reflections for Americans

pp. 25—35

The populous world power of China has been closed so long that our learning about it today is quite fascinating. Americans have always taken special interest in China, even though their understanding of its traditions and problems have been painfully lacking in general. The opening-up of the People’s Republic of China provides an unique opportunity to re-examine school and society in the USA and elsewhere. The reflective value is there if we (and the Chinese) make use of the opening to go beyond tourism and nationalism to really learn about each other.

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