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Actually, you can read 滅國新法論 (which Semaphore found) only in Chinese(unfortunately) at this site for free. The full contents is there. I can not read Chinese, so I can not help in anyway so you might need a help may be at Chinese SE.(Well...but nobody would translate the full content and the translation is mostly prohibited in many languages' SEs) Yet, I ...


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The essay is indeed originally in Chinese, with the title 滅國新法論, which may aid further searches. It is collected in full in 《飲冰室合集》, as well as the 《梁啟超文集》 in abridged form. The abridged version is available online from ctext.org, starting from paragraph 125. Wikisource likewise contains the same document. This version apparently excludes detailed summaries ...


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It sounds like you are referring to compulsory education. By and large, compulsory education appears to be a trailing indicator of heavy literacy, not a leading one. In other words, once a critical mass of people in a society become literate, it becomes seen as a necessity to function in society (either for the child, for society, or a combination of the ...


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He was Heinrich Georg Stahmer, then the Ambassador to the "China" of Wang Jing Wei (not Chiang Kai Shek's China). According to Wikipedia, "In October 1941, Stahmer was appointed as German ambassador to the Chinese reorganized national government under Wang Jingwei, established in Nanjing by the Japanese occupation,and remained in that position until late ...


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