A few nice machining in china images I found:
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Image from page 171 of “Peking : a social survey conducted under auspices of the Princeton University Center in China and the Peking Young Men’s Christian Association” (1921)
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Title: Peking : a social survey conducted under auspices of the Princeton University Center in China and the Peking Young Men’s Christian Association
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: Gamble, Sidney D. (Sidney David), 1890-1968 Burgess, John Stewart, b. 1883 Princeton University Center in China Young Men’s Christian Association (Beijing, China)
Subjects: Social surveys
Publisher: New York : George H. Doran Co.
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INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION, NATIONAL TEACHERS COLLEGE, THE MACHINE SHOP. The students learn to use modern machinery as well as the ordinary simpleChinese tools. China can well be proud of the fact that in eleven years01905-1916) she has developed an educational system for four and a quartermillion students.
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NATIONAL teachers COLLEGE, THE FORGE. EDUCATION 151 The resident lecturers are paid $io a month while the moreexperienced traveling lecturers receive an hour for their work. The budgets of the individual lecture halls exclusive of theModel Lecture Hall vary from to a month, the averagebeing . This with the salaries of the traveling lecturers,newspaper subscriptions and other expenses makes up the 0a month appropriated by the Local Board of Education for lecturehall work. In spite of the good showing of the figures for averageattendance, types of people reached and the list of subjectscovered, the investigators report concerning the spirit in whichthe lectures were given makes us doubt the real effectiveness ofmuch of the lecture hall work. He said: The Board of Education does not really take much interestin the lecture halls. They are conducted as an official businessand something to be gotten through with. Most of the lecturehalls are run without any real aim. The le
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