Kirkaldy Testing Museum We arrived on the Tube – one form of modern technology – as a means to take our children to the Kirkaldy
Dear Gary I last saw you in Hereford probably about 1987 – at the college there. You wrote me a letter not long after –
This has created a situation whereby ‘Chinese’ history and culture has been inadequately interpreted by one culture (i.e. the ‘West’), through the erroneous scholarship of another (i.e. ‘Japan’), which is compounded by the fact that neither the West nor Japan are willing to admit the errors they have made…
Education regarding the outer world, and an appreciation of the workings of the inner world are required if the average individual is to maximise the benefit of the human tendency toward the development and advancement of evolutionary knowledge.
(Translated by Adrian Chan-Wyles PhD) ‘The young baby is held firmly, and nurturing, caring eyes gaze over the child. The well-behaved baby occasionally suckles milk,
It is the duty of every worker to educate him or herself. Without access to ideologically sound education, the worker is destined to remain in