The Eastward Dissemination of Western Learning in the Late Qing Dynasty discusses the five major themes of the late Qing Dynasty, namely understanding the world, enlightenment through science, striving for a strong and rich country, saving the country from the edge of extinction, and the emergence of democratic idea. The Chinese version has been awarded several prestigious literary prizes including the Grand Prize of College Scientific Research (1993-1994), Outstanding Books of Shanghai Philosophy and Social Sciences (1994-1995), and Second Prize of Outstanding Books of Political Theory.
Xiong Yuezhi is Vice President of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Director of the Institute of History of the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of History. He is the author of Zhang Taiyan (1982), The History of Democratic Ideology in Modern China, Shanghai History * General Remarks (1999), An Anthology of Wan Chuan (2004), A Biography of Feng Guifen (2004), The History of St. John's University (co-edited).
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The Eastward Dissemination of Western Learning in the Late Qing Dynasty