AMABEL WILLIAMS-ELLIS : 'Helping the Young Child to Learn '
THE scope of this, the eleventh talk in the series will include suggestions for the less fortunately situated housewife in the country who has no kindergarten school handy and who would welcome some advice as to how to start her children profitably and happily, learning things while she is too busy to devote her whole time to them.
WHETHER from the point of view of its new social developments or of its historic associations, few countries -have as great an appeal, at the moment, as Palestine. The new Zionist movement is still in its early stages, and, like all things ' in the making,' it offers unusual opportunities to those who are interested in watching social and economic experiments. Then, too, side by side with the Jews live the Arabs, and this juxtaposition alone provides an interesting social situation. Mrs. Eder, who is one of the Presidential Board of the Women's International ZionistOrganization, is often in Palestine and is in close touch with developments there.
XI, China Today: ' Commerce and Industry ' by C. O. LIN
PREVIOUS talks on this series have emphasized the change that has come to China by virtue of its contact with the West. What is to be the result of this development ? It is a question urgent with all today who are alive to the trend of social and political and economic international affairs. The rise, in China, of a new industrial order has not, so far, completely driven out tho old order. Will it eventually ? Will China, in time, become completely industrialized and join hands with the great industrial nations of the world ? This is the main question to be discussed in tonight's talk-the next to last of this most inter. esting series.
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