The businessman was invoking Menciusa#39;s maxim about the superiority of mental work over manual work, and the right of those who use their minds to rule ... I passed a workshop where some women were still working. ... I was assigned to teach a mixed class of eight-year-olds who had been learning English for almost a year. ... I cut out silhouettes of cows, horses, EVERY LIVING ROOM A FACTORY 147.
|Title||:||The indigenous dynamic in Taiwan's postwar development|
|Author||:||Ian A. Skoggard|
|Publisher||:||M E Sharpe Inc - 1996|