Contents [ show ] Appearance Fukuzawa is a tall man who always has a stern expression over his face. He has long silver hair, which end just above his shoulder. He is always seen wearing a green yukata under a black mantle with golden borders with a zigzag pattern, and sandals with long white socks.
That is a different delegation, which went to Washington D. How true is that bit about the Korean students getting drunk and stealing from the school. It sounds like Japanese folklore to me Yet, " Datsu-A Ron " was actually a response to a failed attempt by Koreans to organize an effective reform faction, an attempt he had supported.
He had invited young Korean aristocrats to his school. Yet, they squandered their time and money on getting drunk and buying prostitutes and after Fukuzawa tightened their allowance, they attempted a failed robbery of a school safe. The essay was published as a withdrawal of his support.
Nevertheless the assistance provided to radical Koreans during this era was never intended to lead to complete independence for the peninsula, but on the contrary sought to bring Korea under ever greater Japanese influence. The sentence above constructs all Koreans as lazy people.
And the sentence is written in wrong grammar. Before the "Nevertheless" sentence, there should be a description on the Gaehwa-pa movement first. The "intention" is somewhat out of the blue.
It does not say that this is a good thing, actual it hints that this is a bad thing, and where is the evidence that he said that Japan should be the power that should dominate China or Korea.
The book is a mass-market paperback by a Fukuzawa scholar. Looks like this still needs a lot of work. Anti-Korean sentiment in Japan. Fukuzawa criticized China and Korea in Datsua-ron, because these countries did not receive Western manners as Japan did.
This is not a racism, nor Anti-Korea sentiment. I strongly oppose adding such categories on this article. I might also include more about his views i. My primary source will be Fukuzawa Yukichi: From Samurai to Capitalist by Helen Hopper.
Does anyone have any suggestions about what else I might change, or what other sources I might use?Talk:Fukuzawa Yukichi. Jump to navigation Jump to search.
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