Ng, Peter Tze Ming
About the author: Dr. Peter Tze Ming Ng is a Professor at the Department of Religion, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and concurrently a Distinguished Fellow of the EDS-Stewart Chair, Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History, University of San Francisco.2002 0-7734-7051-4
This volume features two scholars from China and two from Hong Kong. They represent an international outlook on the set of problems they address. The contribution of this work is to highlight a few significant aspects of Christian higher education in China during the Republican Period (1912-1949, especially the fading of religious and theological education, and the paradoxical growth at some of these foreign-established institutions of high quality academic programs in Chinese studies.