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Limin Bai 白莉民
Sex:Female 女
Nationality:New Zealand 紐西蘭
Period for Grants:5個月

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Instituion:Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand紐西蘭威靈頓維多利亞大學

Topic:Wang Hengtong and His Illustrated Primers,1902 - 1915 王亨统和他的繪圖蒙學讀本,1902-1915

Specialty:Education policy and practice in contemporary China、Culture and Difference, with a focus on educational missionaries in China (nineteenth - early twentieth centuries)、Chinese attitudes to childhood, with a focus on primers and elementary education in late imperial China、Intelligentsia in late imperial China, with a focus on its influence on and contributions to education and culture


Instituion:School of Languages and Cultures,Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand


Homepage:Limin Bai

Work catalog
  • Shaping the Chinese Child: Children and Their Primers in Late Imperial China, The Chinese University Press, Hong Kong, 2005, pp. 311.
  • Meeting the Challenges: Chinese Students' Experience in New Zealand Shanghai, Press of East China Normal University, 2008, pp. 197.
Article catalog
  • 2006. “Diasporic Culture and Women in Diaspora: the case of Rene Wu,” in Asian Women: Interconnections, edited by Tineke Hellwig & Sunera Thobani, Canadian Scholars Press/Women Press, pp. 92 – 111.
  • 2000. “The Chinese Kindergarten Movement, 1903-1927,” in Kindergarten and Cultures: the global diffusion of an idea. Edited by Roberta Wollons. Yale University Press, pp. 137-165.
  • 1998. “The Metamorphosis of China's Higher Education in the 1990s”, in Education and Change in the Pacific Rim: Meeting the Challenges (Volume 7 in Oxford Studies in Comparative Education). ed. by Keith Sullivan. Wallingford, Oxfordshire: Triangle Books, pp. 241-266.
  • 2012 “Creating ‘Real Learning’ for China’s Survival: Liang Qichao and the Ma Brothers, 1896 – 1898,” Twentieth-Century China, vol.37,No.2, pp101 – 120.
  • 2011 “The 1911 Revolution and the Early-Republican Textbooks: A Historical Perspective”, China Cross Currents, vol. 8, No.3, pp. 9-19.
  • 2010. “Human capital or humane talent? Rethinking the nature of education in China from a comparative historical perspective,” Frontiers of Education in China, vol. 5, No.1, pp. 104-129.
  • 2008. “The Influence of Chinese Perceptions of Modernization on the Value of Education”, China: An International Journal, vol.6, No. 2, pp. 208 – 236.
  • 2008. “Children as the Youthful Hope of an Old Empire: Race, Nationalism and Elementary Education in China, 1895 – 1915,” Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, vol.1, No.2, pp. 48 – 69.
  • 2007. “Confucianism in the Context of Sino-Japanese Intellectual Interchange: Japanese Influence and Early Modern Chinese Textbooks, 1895–1905,” Journal of Asian Cultural Studies (International Christian University, Tokyo), vol. 33, pp. 107 – 130.
  • 2006. “Graduate Unemployment: Dilemmas and Challenges in China’s Move to Mass Higher Education”, China Quarterly, vol. 185, pp. 128 – 144.
  • 2005. “Children at Play: A Childhood beyond the Confucian Shadow”, Childhood: A global journal of child research, vol.12, No.1, pp. 9-32.
  • 2005. "A Political Dilemma in Higher Educational Reform," China Perspective, No.57, pp. 33 - 39; and French edition Perspectives Chinoises, No.86 (November - December 2004), pp. 35 - 42.
  • 2001. “Children and the Survival of China: Liang Qichao on Education Before the 1898 Reform,” Late Imperial China, vol.22, No. 2, pp. 124 - 155.
  • 2001. “Children’s Performance, Parents’ Expectations and China’s Education in the 1990s”, Asian Profile, vol.29, No. 3, pp. 185 – 208.
  • 1998. “Monetary Reward Versus the National Ideological Agenda: career choice among Chinese university students,” Journal of Moral Education, vol. 27, No.4, pp. 355-370.
  • 1995. “Mathematical Study and Intellectual Transition in the Early and Mid-Qing”, Late Imperial China, vol.16, No. 2, pp. 36-73.
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