路的尽头是幸福

路的尽头是幸福

图书基本信息
出版时间:2012-10
出版社:外文出版社
作者:朱利安·泰普林
页数:253
书名:路的尽头是幸福
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路的尽头是幸福

内容概要
What's it really like in the China of
today? Here's aunique view of one peon's activitiesin China, during
26 visits. It's achance to feel the pulse of daily life, tomeet the
actual people involved, across-section, from rural people withno
money, to urban ones of greatmea, from the young to the veryold,
and to participate in the buildingof a rural school.
作者简介
作者:(美国)朱利安·泰普林(Julian R.Taplin)  朱利安·泰普林(Julian R.Taplin),Julian Taplin was born in UK of anAmerican mother and British father.After a childhood unsettled by WWIIhe obtained BS degree in physics atOregon State, followed by MA andPhD in clinical psychology from theUniversity of Oregon. His careercentered on child, youth and familymental health, finishing in 2001 asfirst permanent Director, Division ofChild Mental Health Services, Stateof Delaware.Taplin has visited China some 26times, for over 3 years' totalexperience in China. In that time, hehas given almost 200 talks, written 15books and organized a strong ruralschool. He has served as GuestProfessor, Sichuan Academy of SocialScience, since 1998. In 2010 he wasnominated for the nationalcompetition, "10 People RaisingChina" sponsored by China CentralTelevision (CCTV). He was elected"Honorary Citizen of the City of Chengdu" in 2011.
书籍目录
Preface
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Context: The Yea Before China
Chapter 3 Meeting China, Finding Peonal and Professional
Niches
Chapter 4 More Students, More Connectio, Books, Travels and
Talks
Chapter 5 Groundbreaking and Dedication of You Ai School
Chapter 6 Coolidation, Teaching, Big Expaion at the School
Chapter 7 Looking Back, Looking Forward
Epilogue

章节摘录
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The
Principal
visited
every
class
every
two
weeks,
reading
the
nameand
performance
rank
of
every
student.
Those
who
fell
in
rank
more
thana
place
or
two
were
deemed
to
be
"slacking"
(not
working
their
utmost)and
then
subjected
to
special
review
at
every
class
period,
with
nightlyreview
by
the
housemaster.
If
they
continued
unsatisfactory,
they
werebeaten
with
a
rod
that
evening
by
the
housemaster.
Somehow
I
survivedthe
adjustment,
eventually,
I
managing
to
catch
something
of
the
spiritof
academic
competition,
even
doing
well
enough
to
surprise
my
formmaster.
But,
just
as
I
was
becoming
well
settled
in
the
third
term,
wordcame
that
I
was
to
move
yet
again.
The
parents
had
found
the
fees
toomuch,
and
with
two
little
girls
about
to
need
schooling,
decided
to
sendme
to
the
public
local
day
school
near
home.
The
new
school
in
the
autumn
of
1950
was
to
be
FarnboroughGrammar
School.
I
was
initially
assigned
to
the
weakest,
coarsest,
worstbehaved
class.
My
King
William's
manners
and
elegant
speech
were
not
reallywelcome,
but
I
silenced
them
all
soundly
one
day
by
showing
that
I
knew
allthe
things
they
thought
coarse
and
funny,
and
a
good
deal
more
besides.
Soon,
I
was
transferred
to
the
science
class,
remaining
withthem
through
the
first
set
of
General
Certificate
examinations
at
age15.
In
those,
I
eventually
equaled
the
performance
of
the
best
inclass.
Farnborough
had
a
strong
corps
of
cadets.
In
the
quite
happy,productive
nearly
five
years,
I
made
my
way
through
the
ranks
to
seniorcadet
posts.
Headmaster
had
the
clear
idea
that
I
should
apply
foradmission
to
Sandhurst,
the
opposite
number
of
the
United
StatesMilitary
Academy,
West
Point.
I
did
take
the
examination,
scoring
in
8thplace
in
the
entire
United
Kingdom
national
competition,
but
my
realinterest
was
in
university
entrance.
媒体关注与评论
"...withtheincreasingimportanceofChinaintheworldcommunity,weneedabettersenseofChinesepeople,ofactual...individuals.Piercingthroughpolitical,ideologicalandeconomicdifferences,andculminatingwithbuildingaschool,Taplinintroducesustoawidecrosssection...ofhisfriends,acquaintancesandstudentsinthefarwest.Inthemwerecognizethevaluesoffriendship,family,peace,economicopportunityandthewilltohelpothers,unmistakabletouchesofourselves..."——Hon.MichaelN.Castle,formerMember,UnitedStatesHouseofRepresentatives,formerGovernorofDelawareJulianTaplin'shumanitarianengagementwithChinashinesthrough...Heseescultureatthe...level...oftheeverydaylivesofordinarypeople.Andintheprocess,hepurposefullybutgentlyprodsthereadertoanawarenessofthecommontraitsweshare.Thehopes,dreams,andambitionsofjulian's"Chinesefamily"arenotthatdifferentfromthoseofourownprogeny.ItisaworthwhilelessontokeepinmindasAmericansgrapplewiththerealizationthatChinaposesagrowingchallengeandopportunityfortheWest....TaplinshouldrestcontentinhiseffortstoencourageenlightenmentonbothsidesofthePacific."——DavidE.Zweifel,USAmbassador(retired)It'sapleasuretoreadTaplin'sbook,...andseethesliceofChinathroughhiseyes,IammovedbyhisdevotiontotheHopeSchool.IamdelightedbytheinspiringstoryofanAmericanandhisChinesecolleaguesworkingtogetherforgood.ltshowsthatdoinggoodthingsisauniversalaspirationthatcancrossnationalborders,guideusalltomeaningfulachievementsandopenupnewopportunitiesforyoungpeople,whoarethefutureofourworld....thisbookcanbringits...readerstogetherinfriendshipandunderstanding.——LiXiaolin,PresidentoftheChinesePeople'sAssociationforFriendshipswithForeignCountriesDr.Taplin'sbookisanincrediblejourneythroughChina,oldandnew,challengingandhopeful,idealisticyetgroundedinreality...Dr.Taplin'ssincerecareforhisChinesefriendsandhishopefortheirbrighterfutureisreflectedineverywordofthisamazingwork——AndreyGidaspov,PhD,Director,TheU.S.-ChinaBilateralTradeInternshipProgram,WashingtonCenterWashington,DC
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《路的尽头是幸福:在中国的1000个日子和那所学校(英文)》作者主张的人道主义与中国的接触照射…他在成功的道路上,在everydaylives的普通人。在这个过程中,hepurposefully但轻轻警棍读者意识的共同特点weshare,希望,梦想和野心,朱利安的“家族”是不同的从我们自己的后代。
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"... with the increasing importance of China in the world community, we need a bettersense of Chinese people, of actual ... individuals. Piercing through political,ideological and economic differences, and culminating with building a school, Taplinintroduces us to a wide cross section ... of his friends, acquaintances and students inthe far west. In them we recognize the values of friendship, family, peace, economicopportunity and the will to help others, unmistakable touches of ourselves..." ——Hon. Michael N. Castle, former Member, United States House ofRepresentatives, former Governor of Delaware Julian Taplin's humanitarian engagement with China shines through... He seesculture at the.., level.., of the everydaylives of ordinarypeople. And in the process, hepurposefully but gently prods the reader to an awareness of the common traits weshare, The hopes, dreams, and ambitions of Julian's "Chinese family" are not thatdifferent from those of our own progeny. It is a worthwhile lesson to keep in mind asAmericans grapple with the realization that China poses a growing challenge andopportunity for the West. Taplin should rest content in his efforts to encourageenlightenment on both sides of the Pacific." ——David E. Zweifel, US Ambassador (retired) It's a pleasure to read Taplin's book, ... and see the slice of China through his eyes. I ammoved by his devotion to the Hope School. I am delighted by the inspiring story of anAmerican and his Chinese colleagues working together for good. It shows that doinggood things is a universal aspiration that can cross national borders, guide us all tomeaningful achievements and open up new opportunities for young people, who arethe future of our world. this book can bring its ... readers together in friendship andunderstanding. ——Li Xiaolin, President of the Chinese People's Association for Friendshipswith Foreign Countries Dr. Taplin's book is an incredible journey through China, old and new, challenging andhopeful, idealistic yet grounded in reality...Dr. Taplin's sincere care for his Chinesefriends and his hope for their brighter future is reflected in every word of this amazingwork. ——Andrey Gidaspov, PhD, Director, The U.S.-China Bilateral TradeInternship Program, Washington Center Washington, DC


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