Formosa pp 202-221 | Cite as


  • W. G. Goddard


Such has been the transformation of Formosa. A former Japanese slave colony has in the space of a few years become a prosperous island, its people enjoying personal, political, and economic freedom, without parallel elsewhere among the Chinese people, with a standard of living higher than ever previously known in Chinese history, and, as regards land ownership, a condition unequalled in any other part of the world, in East or West. A Chinese province, to which an increasing number of visitors from the emerging countries of Africa are going, seeking an answer to their own problems. An Asian island, on which agricultural production has been so successfully mechanized that, at the present time, teams of its experts are in three of those newly independent African states advising on land reform.


Western Civilization Economic Freedom Chinese Mainland Political Consciousness True Mission 
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© W. G. Goddard 1966

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  • W. G. Goddard
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  1. 1.China

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