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Research on Dade Weekly

Wenbin Li, Ming Xie


Dade Weekly is a school education weekly edited and published by Guizhou Dade School in the period of the Republic of China. At present, there are only 18 issues, starting from the first issue on Sunday, 1 April 1917 and ending in the 23rd issue on Sunday, 2 September 1917. The weekly magazine was founded and edited by Huang Qisheng.Although the number of issues is not large, because it contains content related to the early dynamics of Guizhou Dade School and the school’s teachers and students, teaching and academic achievements, etc., there is still a very important literature value for the academic community to understand the Guizhou Dade School in the late Qing Dynasty and the early Republic of China, and even the basic education in Guizhou, the influence of the New Culture Movement on Guizhou, and the modern transformation of Guizhou education. Unfortunately, this set of journals is not well known and used.


Guizhou Dade School; Dade Weekly; Huang Qisheng; Wang Ruofei

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[1] He Zhengkui. Colorful Dade school magazine [M]// Zeng Yuqi, Yi Liangjun. A century-long review of Dade school: eventful years 1. Guiyang: Guizhou People's Publishing House, 2001:19-20.

[2] Huang Qisheng. Publication purport [J]. Dade Weekly.1917 (1): 1-2.

[3] Anonymous. Advertising [J]. Dade Weekly.1917 (23): 4.

[4] Huang Qisheng. Travel Notes [J]. Dade Weekly.1917 (2): 2.

[5] Huang Qisheng. Talk with someone studying abroad [J]. Dade Weekly.1917 (7): 1-2.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v7i28.10562