Department of Humanities & Communication
While playing with our son Julian at a small park in our "home" city of Xiamen one January day, my wife Lisa and I met an American couple in their late 30s and their child who had come to the balmy south from their home in Beijing. Larry was a professional photographer and a painter, and his wife Marilyn had been a teacher of English as a Second Language on a California campus. They had a 9-year-old son, Max, and no plans to return to California or to move anywhere else, for that matter.
Foundation for Economic Education
Required Publisher’s Statement
Kain, G. (1989). Religion in China. The Freeman, p. 472-476.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Kain, G. (1989). Religion in China. The Freeman, 39(12). Retrieved from http://commons.erau.edu/publication/234