Professor James Wolf Yoxall is an adjunct instructor in Asian Studies at Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia. He has an MA in Culture and History with an emphasis on China from the Union Institute and University and a BA in Asian Studies from Mary Baldwin College. Professor Yoxall has published articles and delivered academic papers on educational reform and orphanages in China and has taught at several rural schools in China.
2007 0-7734-5225-7 This book provides a comprehensive portrait of China at the dawn of the twenty-first century. The author surveys various issues including problems associated with the “One-Child Policy”, the condition of families and women, the rise of Christianity, areas facing ecological catastrophe, special economic zones, and growing splits and controversies in the Chinese Communist Party.