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Daytona Beach


Humanities & Communication

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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.

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The Freeman


Foundation for Economic Education

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Kain, G. (1989). Religion in China. The Freeman, p. 472-476.