In previous parts (part I, part II) of this article I discussed the premises for any kind of art (as outlined in the book of Erich Fromm “Art of Loving”). It’s time now to conclude the subject by describing four qualities specific for the art of loving.
It was with some trepidation that I first went to teach in China, in 2004. All my information about China had come from old newsreel films. Basically, I was expecting a drab, black-and-white place where people queued to use the local telephone. How wrong was I ?! I entered a vibrant world of happy, busy people. When » Continue reading My Qipao Mission »
Imagine the following ad on Chinese TV: in the beginning a young couple is shown in moonlight, holding hands and kissing while the music plays in background. You, of course, expect it to be the advertisement of something sweet and romantic… but you are going to be disappointed – unless the quick abortion without » Continue reading Women’s Health in China: Problems and Controversions »