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The Problem Of China

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Language: English
Page: 212
Publication Date: 05/2011
ISBN: 9787511707512
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To Begin with, it is clear that China must be saved by her own efforts, and cannot rely upon outside help. In the international situation, China has had bothgood and bad fortune. The Great War was unfortunate, because it gave Japantemporarily a free hand; the collapse of Tsarist Russia was fortunate, because itput an end to the secret alliance of Russians and Japanese...
Out of the renaissance spirit now existing in China, it is possible, if foreignnations can be prevented from working havoc, to develop a new civilization betterthan any that the world has yet known. This is the aim which Young China shouldset before itself: the preservation of the urbanity and courtesy, the candour andthe pacific temper, which are characteristic of the Chinese nation, together witha knowledge of Western science and an application of it to the practical problemsof China.
Table of Contents
CHAPTER Ⅰ
QUESTIONS
CHAPTER Ⅱ
CHINA BEFORE THE NINETEENTH CENTURY
CHAPTER Ⅲ
CHINA AND THE WESTERN POWERS
CHAPTER Ⅳ
MODERN CHINA
CHAPTER Ⅴ
JAPAN BEFORE THE RESTORATION
CHAPTER Ⅵ
MODERN JAPAN
CHAPTER Ⅶ
JAPAN AND CHINA BEFORE 1914
CHAPTER Ⅷ
JAPAN AND CHINA DURINGTHE WAR
CHAPTER Ⅸ
THE WASHINGTON CONFERENCE
CHAPTER Ⅹ
PRESENT FORCES AND TENDENCIES
IN THE FAR EAST
CHAPTER Ⅺ
CHINESE AND WESTERN
CIVILIZATION CONTRASTED
CHAPTER Ⅻ
THE CHINESE CHARACTER
CHAPTER ⅫⅠ
HIGHER EDUCATION IN CHINA
CHAPTER ⅪⅤ
INDUSTRIALISM IN CHINA
CHAPTER ⅩⅤ
THE OUTLOOK FOR CHINA
APPENDIX
The Problem Of China
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