Culture and Protestant mission schools in 19th century China
Opinions vary about the presence of foreigners in 19th century China with most scholars agreeing that China was a victim of economic imperialism led by Great Britain and other foreign powers. Among the criticisms is that of “cultural imperialism”—a program of imposing foreign cultural values upon China. There is no doubt that “Western” culture has transferred to China and many other countries but the use of ‘imperialism” suggests that foreign culture was imposed on the Chinese as a direct...[Show more]
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