China Thru Literature

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Literature

 

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Anastacia R

 

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February 1, 2015

 

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At this point in Chinese history, many people, such as the British, Japanese and the French had started to habitat in China. Lin Yutung like many other Chinese men, did not like or appreciate this. They wanted their government to be better organized so that they could become more independent. Lin Yuntung gives an example of the challenging times when he says, “ Some of us have been forced in times of famine to eat babies- even this must be humanly rare- but thank God, we do not eat them as raw as the English eat their beef!” As disturbing as this is, it shows how little money and how hard the times were for the Chinese people...
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They wanted their government to be better organized so that they could become more independent. Lin Yuntung gives an example of the challenging times when he says, “ Some of us have been forced in times of famine to eat babies- even this must be humanly rare- but thank God, we do not eat them as raw as the English eat their beef!” As disturbing as this is, it shows how little money and how hard the times were for the Chinese people...
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