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see Yip, Ka-che, ‘Health and Society in China: Public Health Education for the . 7 Balme, Harold, China and Modern Medicine.

A study of the Nationalist efforts in this area is crucial to our understanding of the complexity of health developments in modern China since the Nationalist decade of 1928–1937 was the only period in pre-1949 China when a central government was able to assert some measure of control over the nation and preside over the construction of a modern health system. 3 For a discussion of the Council's activities, see Yip, Ka-che, ‘Health and Society in China: Public Health Education for the Community, 1912–1937’, Social Science and Medicine 16 (1982), pp. 1198–200.

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Ka-che Yip, Health and National Reconstruction in Nationalist China: The Development of Modern Health Services, 1928–1937 (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Association for Asian Studies, In. 1995), pp. 177–178. Danke Li, Echoes of Chongqing: Women in Wartime China (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 2010), pp. 89, 105; CBPH Work Report (1938), 188. Some pipes had been laid in the mid-1930s, but they never covered the whole city and soon after the air raids began many of these pipes were destroyed; see Lee McIsaac, ‘The limits of Chinese nationalism: workers in wartime Chongqing, 1937–1945’ (PhD dissertation, Yale University, 1994), p. 44.

Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies. Zhang, Hongsheng 張鸿聲. 1995.

Science, medicine and public health in twentieth century China, health and society in China: Public health education for the community, 1912–1937. Social Science of Medicine 16: 1197–1205. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. The Kuomintang and China’s medical modernization, 1928–1937. Centennial symposium on Sun Yat-Sen’s founding of the Kuomintang for revolution, Taiwan, 19–23. Ann Arbor: Association for Asian Studies.

Health and National Reconstruction in Nationalist China: The Development of Modern Health Services, 1928-1937. Ann Arbor, MI: Association for Asian Studies, Inc. 1995, pp. 124-131. Online visual material for class use: National Library of Medicine. Hygiene Education for Children. Discussion Questions: What were the common themes of the children’s hygiene education in the 1930s and the 1950s-1980s? Any significant differences between the two periods? Why? Do you think visual storytelling is an effective way to teach children about health issues? Why or why not? Why was children’s health education important in China?

In June 1938 China's Nationalist government breached a major Yellow River dike . The Yellow River: The Problem of Water in Modern China.

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Public health education in China and India has a long history that has been both deeply responsive to the unique . Health and national reconstruction in nationalist China: The Development of Modern Health Services, 1928–1937. Ann Arbor, MI: The Association of Asian Studies; 1995.

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