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3 2008
 

May fourth Movement


   作者:张丽敏 发表时间-17 :39:35  阅读( 869 )| 评论( 0 )

May Fourth Movement, first a mass movement in
modern Chinese history. On May 4, 1919, about 5,000
university students in Beijing protested the Versaille
Conference (Apr. 28, 1919)awarding Japan the former
German leasehold of Jiaozhou,
Shandongprovince.
Demonstrations and strikes spread to Shanghai, and a nationwide boycott of Japanese goods followed.
     The May Fourth Movement began a patriotic outburst of new urban intellectuals against foreign imperialists and
 warlords. Intellectuals identified the political
establishment with China''s failure in the modern, and
hundreds of new periodicals published attacks on Chinese
 traditions, turning to foreign ideas and ideologies.
The movement split into leftist and liberal wings. The latter advocated gradual cultural reform as exemplified by
Hu Shih
who interpreted the pragmatism of John Dewey, while leftists like Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao)introduced Marxism and advocated political action. 
       The movement also popularized vernacular literature,
promoted political participation by women, and
educational reforms.


     The May Fourth Movement was one of the famous
anti-foreign movements in China. Some scholars
call it "the Chinese Enlightenment." Taking place on May 4, 1919, it marked the beginning of the
upsurge of nationalist feeling, with unity of
purpose among patriotic Chinese of all classes.
The movement grew out of dissatisfaction with the Treaty of Versaillessettlement and the effect of the New Cultural Movement


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