A story of lived experience told by a Chinese girl

Sau Ha WONG

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Abstract

The author tells the story of her ‘enchanted’ learning of brush-writing as a six year old girl in Hong Kong, using it to illustrate the holistic Confucian concept of “self-cultivation”, rooted in an integral relationship of the body and the mind. Copyright © 2005 Post Pressed.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTowards re-enchantment: Education, imagination and the getting of wisdom
EditorsPeta HEYWOOD, Patricia MCCANN, Bernard. NEVILLE, Peter WILLIS
Place of PublicationFlaxton, Queensland
PublisherPost Pressed
Pages185-191
ISBN (Print)1876682809
Publication statusPublished - 2005

Citation

Wong, S.-H. (2005). A story of lived experience told by a Chinese girl. In P. Heywood, T. McCann, B. Neville, & P. Willis (Eds.), Towards re-enchantment: Education, imagination and the getting of wisdom (pp. 185-191). Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed.

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