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《Journal of Hubei Radio & Television University》 2009-01
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Summary of Jiangxi province’s charity on Ming and Ching times

TU Yun-yi  
Ming and Ching times is an important developmental stage of Chinese traditional charity . Jiangxi province’s charity also gained development at that time. Nowadays, academia beginning to pay attention to Jiangxi province’s charity and published related treatise. But they chiefly focused on two aspects as baby fostering and social relief, but other aspects’ research are some of weak relatively, especially lack of comprehensive research.
【Fund】: 江西省研究生创新专项资金项目的阶段性成果之一 课题编号:YC07A037
【CateGory Index】: K248
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