By Charles Stafford
Childrens within the Taiwanese fishing neighborhood of Angang have their recognition drawn, consciously and unconsciously, to numerous sorts of id via their participation in education, kin existence and well known faith. particularly they find out about the family-based cycle of reciprocity, and the strain among this and the dedication to the country. Charles Stafford's examine explores soaking up matters relating to nurturance, schooling, kin, kinship and society in its research of the way little ones learn how to be, or to not be, either familial and chinese language.
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