4 edition of Hsiang-Ya journal found in the catalog.
Ruth Altman Greene
|Statement||by Ruth Altman Greene.|
|LC Classifications||R722.32.G73 A34|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||76028526|
The Yale-China Association (Chinese: 雅禮協會; pinyin: Yǎlǐ Xiéhuì), formerly Yale-in-China, is an independent, nonprofit organization which seeks to develop educational programs in and about China and further understanding between Chinese and American people. Founded in and originally a Protestant missionary society, Yale-China's work is characterized by long-term . ABMAC was founded in to give aid to Chinese medical and public health services by working through existing Chinese medical agencies. Between and more than ten million dollars in aid was given to China. After World War II, ABMAC concentrated on aiding six national medical colleges by.
book, Dynamic Aspects of Biochemistry written by Earnest Baldwin and published in This book was a gift to P. C. Jen from H. B. Lewis. As a newcomer to biochemistry, I bene-ﬁted greatly from reading this concise and up-to-date book. I believe other biochemists reading this book also found it very inspiring. After the war, PUMC reopened Cited by: 2. From Canton Phil wrote： "The highlight of the conference came in the final session， with the celebrating of the one hundredth anniversary of the Canton Hospital （the first modern hospital in China， opened in November， ， by Parker， Yale ） and the laying of the cornerstone of a new building for the Medical Department of Lingnan University.".
Records: The Yale-China Association records of the Hsiang-Ya Hospital and the Hunan Yale Medical College and hospital in Changsa, Hunan document the history and activities of the organization's medical work in China. The substantial records contain extensive correspondence documenting all aspects of the funding, construction, and staffing of. Nurse at Yale-in-China's Hsiang-Ya Hospital, Changsha (); corres., photos. (3 folders) Keck, Leander E. A New Testament scholar, Keck was Dean of the Yale Divinity School from to and Winkley Professor of Biblical Theology from , Emeritus as of January ( linear ft.) Kelcey, Isaac.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Hsiang-Ya journal book Additional Physical Format: Online version: Greene, Ruth Altman, Hsiang-Ya journal. Hamden, Conn.: Archon Books, Archon Books, Hamden, Yale China Association, First Edition.
Book Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good in archival protective cover. Map endpapers. "When Christian missionaries Ruth and Phil Greene arrived in China inChina was dominated by warlords and internal Rating: % positive. of Hsiang-ya Hospital, "Hsiang-ya Journal" by Ruth Greene, covering a similar time as "Healing, Romance and Revolution.", then add "The Dragon Will Survive" by Marjorie Tooker Whittlesey that addresses Hsiang-ya from -you will have a comprehensive picture of Hsiang-ya from /5(25).
Healing, Romance, and Revolution: Letters from an American Nurse in China - Kindle edition by Buckmaster, Dennis, Buckmaster, Carolyn. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets.
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— Hamden (Connecticut), Archon Books, cm, XVI p., : Mariel Boname. Phillips Foster Greene ( – Ap ) was an American doctor who, in collaboration with the Yale-China Association, pioneered medical missions to China from toand to Burma from to Greene was most known for his contribution to the Chinese health system through his leadership of the Hsiang-Ya Medical School, and as Alma mater: Amherst College, Harvard Medical School.
Prof. Jianzhong Hu: run an academic journal in the spirit of Xiangya If you think in terms of a year, plant a seed; if in terms of ten years, plant trees; if in terms of Author: Lili Liao, Shaoling Li, Litao Zhou, Dan Yang, Yanqing Wu.
Rickshaw: The Novel Lo-t'o Hsiang Tzu by She Lao and Jean M. James (Apr ) Hsiang-Ya journal by Ruth Altman Greene () Master Tung's Western Chamber Romance (Tung Hsi-Hsiang Chu-Kung-Tiao: a Chinese Chantefable) by Li-li Ch'en ( ) Hsiang-kang: Webster's Timeline History, - by Icon Group International ( ).
Hsiang-Ya Hospital. Province: Hunan 湖南 Alternate Names: 湘雅醫院, Hunan-Yale Hospital, Yale-in-China Hospital City(preferred name): Changsha 長沙 City: Changsha Sponsoring Organizations: Yale-in-China Association Year: Archive Holdings.
Burke (CUL); Yale (Yale-China Association archives; Foster Family papers, Whittlesey papers). 74, Jun., In addition to major articles, each issue contains a comprehensive Book Review section, and also a Quarterly Chronicle, which keeps readers informed of events in and affecting China.
Every year there is a special issue. Hsiang-Ya Journal by Ruth Altman Greene. Hsiang-Ya Journal by Ruth Altman Greene (pp. By reading "Doctors East and Doctors West" by Dr. Edward Hume, founder of Hsiang-ya Hospital, "Hsiang-ya Journal" by Ruth Greene, covering a similar time as "Healing, Romance and Revolution.", then add "The Dragon Will Survive" by Marjorie Tooker Whittlesey that addresses Hsiang-ya from -you will have a comprehensive picture of.
The Silk Manuscripts from Zidanku, Changsha (Hunan), are the only preImperial Chinese manuscripts on silk found todate. Dating to the turn from the 4th to the 3rd centuries BC (Late Warring States period), they contain several short texts concerning basic cosmological concepts, arranged in a diagrammatic arrangement and surrounded by pictorial illustrations.
especially when he reads the Book of Songs and the Book of Rites)”, whereas others argued that it was just the transliteration of “Yale”.
Hume specially explained the renaming of this institution in his memoir “Dao Yi Feng Tong (Doctors East, Doctors West)”, “The name of Hsiang-ya expresses our : Lili Liao, Shaoling Li, Litao Zhou, Dan Yang, Yanqing Wu.
The only diary present is Morris Sanders' "China Journal ". The diary is a page typescript which describes Sanders' trip to China, his activities as a surgeon at Hsiang-Ya, and several walking tours in the Chinese countryside.
By Richard James Forde, Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Forde, Richard James, "The Hsiang-Ya agreements: the Yale Foreign Missionary Society tries to cooperate with the Hunan gentry in medical education ()" ().Author: Richard James Forde.
During the early stages of the War of Resistance Against Japan (), organizations such as the ymca (Young Men’s Christian Association) were vital to the local and regional humanitarian relief effort in Changsha, the capital of Hunan province. While the city endured intense bombing from Japanese planes, ymca volunteers cared for the wounded and Author: James J.
Hudson. How to say Hsiang Yu in English. Pronunciation of Hsiang Yu with 1 audio pronunciation, 4 translations and more for Hsiang Yu.1/5. Hsiang-Ya Journal. By Ruth Altman Greene. Lloyd E. Eastman 4r0 My Twenty-Five Years in China. By John B. Powell. David Strand 4v2 Toward a New World Outlook: A Documerttary History of Education in the People's Republic of China, Edited by Shi Ming Hu and Eli Seifman.
T Hu Modern Chinese Lif erature in the May Fourth Era. Author(s): Greene,Ruth Altman,b. Title(s): Hsiang-Ya journal/ by Ruth Altman Greene. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Hamden, Conn.: Archon.
The programs during this period included such important ones as a three-year curriculum program at the Red Cross Hospital in Shanghai by Henry S. Houghton (later the director of PUMC in ) in ; a four-year program in Hsiang-ya (Yale -China) in by Edward H. Hume (胡美), as well as Sleeper Davis Hospital in Peking Author: Jiang Yuhong.
The fact that the use of human excrement for fertilizing purposes is so firmly established in China militates against the use of the borehole latrine in which the bored hole is relatively deep. The author has experimented for two years in Hsiang Ya Hospital, Changsha, on the construction of a new type of sanitary privy, which is recommended for use in all places where no water system Author: K.
Tsiang.The development of biochemistry and molecular biology from to can be subdivided into two periods, each spanning about 30 years before and after China was opened up.
Biochemical research from to was reviewed in Current Biochemical Research in China edited by C. L. Tsou and published by Academic Press in (4).Cited by: 2.Nina Gage ( – ) was an American nurse who was a leading teacher of modern nursing in China, and ran a nursing school in Hunan province.
She was president of the International Council of Nurses from to After returning from China to the US in she held various senior nursing posts in nursing education.