China's own critics; a selection of essays, by Hu Shih and Lin Yu-tang. With Commentaries by Wang Ching-wei.
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Lin, Yutang, 1895-1976.
Wang, Jingwei, 1883-1944.
China -- Politics and government -- 1928-1937.
National characteristics, Chinese.
Politics and government
166 pages 22 cm
A reprint of the 1931 edition; a selection of articles previously published in various periodicals in China, 1929-31.
"The present interpretative translation of Mr. Hu Shih's articles and of Mr. Wang Ching-wei's Commentaries was undertaken, in collaboration with the editor, by Professor John P. Chang ... Mr. Lin Yu-tang's Little critiques were originally written in English."
Essays by Hu Shih: Which road shall we take? The rights of man. When shall we have a constitution? Wang Ching-wei's Commentary. On knowledge and action. Wang Ching-wei's Commentary. China's sterile inheritance.--Little critiques by Lin Yu-tang: The metropolitan village of Nanking. Do bed-bugs exist in China? Han Fei as a cure for modern China. More prisons for politicians. On civil disobedience. The model bandit. How to write English. An open letter to an American friend. What is face? The Chinese people. Confucius as I know him. Chinese realism and humor.
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