A few nice how can we images I found:
From the Dust We Shall Return
Posted Date: 2011-10-15 14:18:28 , By : The Jordan Collective
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STUDYING CHINESE HISTORY IS A MUST FOR USA SCHOOLS
Posted Date: 2011-01-23 10:07:29 , By : roberthuffstutter
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A "MUST READ" FOR ALL STUDENTS. It is a comparative study that should be read and compared with US history and how the two are both similar yet fundamentally different. It is a study in human values.
Like any subject that is important, some of our schools will spend an entire year on ancient Chinese history and neglect the history that will shape the future of the world, contemporary Chinese history. It would be a grand idea to start the unit in the early 1930s and study Chinese history from that date until the present. For some reason, some of our educators have created a state of near-war between our two nations because of trade relations. This should not be. A mutual understanding of how we can help the other is in order.