Esperanto and Chinese anarchism 1907–1920
The translation from diaspora to homeland
The history of Esperanto in China was for long periods closely linked with anarchism. This article surveys the connection in the years up to 1920, and sets out to show which groups used which arguments to agitate for Esperanto, in order to throw light on the complexity of the relationship between language and politics in China, especially in the first half of the twentieth century.
Keywords: Esperanto, anarchism, China, language politics, language reform
Published online: 20 February 2006
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