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An exploration of China's widely acclaimed yet insular education system shares insights into how their examples are shaping the future of American parenting and education.
Princeton University Press
" ... Bell, neither a Chinese citizen nor a member of the Chinese Communist Party, was appointed as dean because of his scholarly work on Confucianism--but soon found himself coping with a variety of issues having little to do with scholarship or Confucius. These include the importance of hair color and the prevalence of hair-dyeing among university administrators, both male and female; Shandong's drinking culture, with endless toasts at every shared...
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