Volume 14 - Issue 4 - 2019  
         
 

Christian Missionaries and Modernization in China: The Evolution of meanings and Functions
Qasem ZAERI
University of Tehran, Iran

This article analyses the role of Christian missionaries in the Modernization of China. The paper will examine the historical developments of Christianity's arrival in China, and the function of Jesuit and Protestant missionary groups. Furthermore, it will indicate that although the primary purpose of all missionaries was to evangelize the Chinese heathen, this developed gradually as historical and cultural conditions in China and the West changed. How did the conditions for this development come about? ...

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Construction of Public Enterprises with a Comprehensive Model in China: Principles, Foundations and Guarantees
Lichun PAN
East China University of Political Science and Law, China

Based on the experience from other countries, within the well-established legal system, the national model, private model, and the public-private partnership model could all become the operation approach to the public enterprises. Therefore, we shall dedicate ourselves to the construction of public enterprises with a comprehensive model, which is an integration of the state-owned model, public-private model and private-owned model with the state-owned and the public-private models mainly included. ...

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Research on Assessment Mechanism of Educational Achievements in Sino-Foreign Cooperative Running Schools in China
Quan ZHOU
Nanfang College of Sun Yat-Sen University, China

In the context of economic globalization and educational globalization, China is increasingly becoming the world's largest transnational higher education import Country. The Sino-foreign cooperative running school is the main embodiment of educational internationalization of Chinese higher education. In this paper, the joint programs with degrees awarding in higher education is the main discussing object. ...

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Factors behind rural student drop-out rates in North China: a qualitative study
Wenwen LI

Renmin University of China, Beijing

To promote the development of compulsory education and educational equality in China, Two Exemptions and One Subsidy (TEOS) policy which initially aimed to help students from poor background finish their compulsory education was implemented by Chinese government step by step. This study examined the fact there were students in rural areas still dropping out under the policy of TEOS using a qualitative approach. Interviews were made and information was collected from different perspectives, dropouts, parents as well as teachers. ...

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Bookreview: ReOrienting China

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