Tag Archives: China

Mary Mather 1926 – 2009

Mary Mather was a tireless campaigner for the rights of women and disadvantaged people in Britain and abroad. Born in Blackburn, Lancashire, she attended Folkstone county school for girls in Kent and went to study English at Girton College, Cambridge in 1944. She edited the Cambridge University socialist club bulletin. During the holidays she worked […]

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Tibet: The Gandhi Way – by Anupma Kaushik

Tibet represents one of the unresolved problems of the world. On the one hand are the Tibetans led by the Dalai Lama who claim that Tibet was an independent country which was annexed by a stronger neighbour, i.e. China. They also claim that their efforts for finding a solution through peaceful negotiations are not reciprocated […]

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Ancient Wisdom – by Negeen Zinovieff

The truth is as old as the hills, Gandhi points out. In discovering the educational theories of the great master of Chinese philosophy, Confucius (born 551BCE), we find they are often similar to that of Gandhi who insisted that teachers should be role models for their pupils. How far this idealism can be practised is […]

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Tibet in the 20th Century – by John Rowley

This article appeared in ‘The Gandhi Way’ Issue Nos.65-66 Newsletter of the Gandhi Foundation. The year 2000 marks the 50th anniversary of the invasion of Tibet by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. For the previous 40 years, from the fall of the Qing dynasty in 1911, Tibetans had enjoyed all the attributes now taken to […]

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