Resources by Jonathan Li
Jonathan Li is a university professor in Beijing.
After Thirty Years
Jonathan reflects on his father's youth and his own youth as he looks ahead to the future of his infant son.
Are We Ready?
A View from Beijing before the Olympics
For the one-year countdown to the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, two musicians from Hong Kong contributed a song entitled "We Are Ready." The three words sound like a short, yet powerful endorsement, both official and popular, of the investment and involvement in the Games from all over the country. Indeed,...
Bible Study Fellowship in Beijing
Where to Go from Here?
BSF materials and methods are being used in China. The author looks at three influential factors for analyzing their appropriateness and value in Chinese society.
Everyone is Not Local
Migrant workers make important contributions to China's cities but also pose tremendous challenges. A resident of Beijing explores how migrants fit in the capital and how Beijingers view them.
Higher Education in China Today
The Scene and the Backdrop
More Chinese young people are attending university than ever before. A look at the current situation in higher education and key contributing factors.
The Missing Goal and the Absence of Freedom
What does the educational system lack to nurture healthy people and a healthy society?
The Postmodern Shift of Chinese Young People
The author looks at the postmodern shift in China as he has observed it and from a very practical point of view. He goes on to give examples of how this shift affects education, employment and daily living within the nation.