The Transvaluation of ‘The World’ tianxia to ‘The State’ guo, and Back Again

該內容僅提供英文版。 For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Translatio Imperii Sinici   In China Heritage Annual 2019, the theme of which is Translatio Imperii Sinici, we discuss aspects of the People’s Republic of China in the twenty-first century as both a nation-state 國 guó and as an all-inclusive global presence 天下 tiānxià.… 閱讀

A Scholar’s Virtus & the Hubris of the Dragon

該內容僅提供英文版。 For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Xu Zhangrun vs. Tsinghua University
Voices of Protest & Resistance (XXIV)   Upon taking up a position at Tsinghua College (later Tsinghua University) in 1914, the prominent thinker and political activist Liang Qichao (梁启超, 1873-1929) addressed a student audience on the theme of ‘The Gentleman’.… 閱讀

A Breach of the Law, a Betrayal of Autonomy — No Way for a University to Act!

該內容僅提供英文版。 For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Xu Zhangrun vs. Tsinghua University
Voices of Protest & Resistance (XXIII)   Gao Quanxi 高全喜, the author of the following essay of protest concerning the persecution of Xu Zhangrun 許章潤 by Tsinghua University, is a chair professor in the Koguan School of Law, Shanghai Jiao Tong University 上海交通大學凱原法學院講席教授.… 閱讀

An Eye Not Blind, a Heart Not Stony and Corrupt — Being Able to Live With Oneself

該內容僅提供英文版。 For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You may click the link to switch the active language. Xu Zhangrun vs. Tsinghua University
Voices of Protest & Resistance (XXII)   Since he has been subject to an ‘internal investigation’ — one that, apart from being an egregious assault on a respected scholar’s dignity, is both psychologically torturous and physically debilitating — conducted under the auspices of the ‘human resources’ department of Tsinghua University (and ‘shadowed’ by its murky overlords), Professor Xu Zhangrun is forbidden from writing for publication on mainland China.… 閱讀