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by Wing Yung
Yung Wing's book is a tale of an educated, bilingual Chinese patriot who loved China and his American Christian values. He was a rare product of a China in decline and an America on the rise.
Yung Wing's book is a tale of an educated, bilingual Chinese patriot who loved China and his American Christian values. He parlayed his linguistic talent to try to change China - a feat that struck many of his 19th-century peers as futile and foolhardy. Yet his lifelong obsession to give a Western education to young Chinese eventually bore fruits, if only 150 years later.
COMMISSIONER OF THE CHINESE EDUCATIONAL COMMISSION,ASSOCIATE CHINESE MINISTER IN WASHINGTON,EXPECTANT TAO-TAI OF KIANG SU. NEW YORK. HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY. BY. Published November, 1909.
The sixth chapter begins with my reëntrance into the Chinese world, after an absence of eight years.
Among these early writers was Yung Wing, the first Chinese student to graduate from an American University (Yale, in 1854), whose autobiography, My Life in China and America, was published in 1909. 20th-century Chinese American literature. Chinese American literature written of the 20th century is written almost exclusively in English.
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