My Life in China and America
Read Books Ltd, 2013年3月5日 - 300 頁
The first five chapters of this book give an account of my early education, previous to going to America, where it was continued, first at Monson Academy, in Monson, Massachusetts, and later, at Yale College. The sixth chapter begins with my reëntrance into the Chinese world, after an absence of eight years. Would it not be strange, if an Occidental education, continually exemplified by an Occidental civilization, had not wrought upon an Oriental such a metamorphosis in his inward nature as to make him feel and act as though he were a being coming from a different world, when he confronted one so diametrically different? This was precisely my case, and yet neither my patriotism nor the love of my fellow-countrymen had been weakened. On the contrary, they had increased in strength from sympathy. Hence, the succeeding chapters of my book will be found to be devoted to the working out of my educational scheme, as an expression of my undying love for China, and as the most feasible method to my mind, of reformation and regeneration for her.
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He spoke to my mother about the priest wanting to hire a boy in his office who
knew enough English to read the numerals correctly, so as to be able to fold and
prepare the papers for the binders. My mother said I could do the work. So I was ...
came from a Dr. Benjamin Hobson, a medical missionary in Macao whose
hospital was not more than a mile from the printer's office. He sent word that he
wanted to see me; that he had been hunting for me for months. I knew Dr.
Hobson well, ...
He knew how to manage boys, because he knew boys' nature well, whether
Chinese, Japanese or American. He impressed his pupils as being a fine teacher
and one eminently fitted from inborn tact and temperament to be a successful ...
... book placed one on top of the other, squared and in straight lines, on the same
spot on the table every morning for morning prayers. He always sat in the same
spot for morning prayers. In other words, you always knew where to find him.
After seeing him and accepting his hospitality by way of an invitation to take up
my quarters in his house, I lost no time in hastening over to Macao to see my
aged and beloved mother, who, I knew, yearned to see her longabsent boy.
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This is a very interesting memoir, written by a man who saw, and helped foster, the beginnings of his country's transformation. Yung Wing ( ny ) was born in the south of China, near Macao, and had the ... 閱讀評論全文
MY INTERVIEWS WITH TSANG KWOH
MY MISSION TO AMERICA TO BUY MACHINERY
MY SECOND RETURN TO CHINA
PROPOSAL OF MY EDUCATIONAL SCHEME
THE CHINESE EDUCATIONAL MISSION
INVESTIGATION OF THE COOLIE TRAFFIC IN PERU
END OF THE EDUCATIONAL MISSION
JOURNEY TO PEKING AND DEATH OF MY WIFE
MY FIRST TRIP TO THE TEA DISTRICTS
MY VISIT TO THE TAIPINGS
REFLECTIONS ON THE TAIPING REBELLION
EXPEDITION TO THE TAIPING TEA DISTRICT
MY RECALL TO CHINA
THE COUP DETAT OF 1898