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Short_Assignment - Upon his visit to America Liang had...

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Upon his visit to America, Liang had experienced the western life and culture. He had noticed some important changes that were essential for China adopt in order to transform into a modern nation. First and foremost, Liang thought that the instillment of nationalism among the Chinese people was the most crucial thing to do. In the past, people saw themselves as villagers and clansmen but not citizens of the country. Messages from the ancestors construct people to be individuals on their own but did not quality them as citizens of the states. They were used to be ruled under one person who decided everything for the people. People did not have the opportunity in involving in the developments of the country resulting them to feel indifferent about changes. However, the Chinese must be instilled with a sense of pride and belonging for the country, shouldering the well beings of the country as their responsibilities. Education would be considered crucial for a modern nation. Schooling in the
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