Evil Men

Social Role of the Japanese Community in China : At the Center of Dalian [in Japanese]

Education for Chinese Women and the Intervention by Japanese Educators in the Post Sino-Japanese War Period : Observations of Japanese Women's Education by Wu Rulun (1902) [in Japanese] This paper analyzes the intervention by Japanese educators to spread women's education in China that followed Wu Rulun's observation in Japan. Japanese educators used this opportunity to attempt to introduce Japanese influences into Chinese women's education in the post Sino-Japan War era. Wu made a trip to Japan in order to observe Japanese education and to develop ideas for pending reforms on Chinese women's education. Chapter one reports the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture showing sites of Japanese women's education to Wu and giving him a lecture on rules of women's education. On the other hand, Japanese educators concerned with women's education claimed the significance of women's education via mails and in meetings. Chapter two addresses the work of educators in women's education after Wu's visit in Japan. Japanese educators encouraged Wu to discuss Chinese women's education in magazines in order to enlighten Japanese women on the topic of Chinese women's education. This paper discusses how Japanese educators urged Wu Rulun, dean of the Imperial University of Peking, to spread women's education in China after his visit in Japan. And through Wu's words, how Japanese educators made Japanese women interested in Chinese women's education – Japan had attempted to include Chinese women's education into Japan's "sphere of education." I also discuss what Japan expected of Chinese women's education.

Education in Peking Kakusei Girls School during Sino-Japanese War : Based on the Historical Data of Beijing Municipal Archives [in Japanese]
王 娟 WANG Juan 2012
This paper studied the Peking Kakusei Girls School during Sino-Japanese War based on the undocumented historical data of the Beijing Municipal Archives as well as the data from the Japanese side at that time. In this paper, the following points are clarified. First of all, the organization and management of Peking Kakusei Girls School broke the education regulations of the local government. Secondly, Peking Kakusei Girls School thoroughly executed Japanese language education, which indicates that it is obedient to Japan's language policies in North China. Finally, school excursions played a very import role in the educational activities of Kakusei Girls School. And this trip intended to make Chinese students have feelings of familiarity and trust towards Japan.

A study of war and peace museum exhibition in Japan and China: problems around the exhibition of Japanese aggression [in Japanese]
International education
International education 13, 44-59, 2007-07

Introduction and Overview of the Gaihozu Collection in Ochanomizu University
宮澤 仁
髙槻 幸枝
大浦 瑞代
田宮 兵衛
水野 勲
Gaihozu are maps of areas outside the Japanese territory, such as China, Manchuria, Southeast Asia, and Pacific Ocean islands, which were prepared and reproduced by the General Staff Office of the former Japanese Army from the Meiji Era until the end of World War II. The gaihozu collection of Ochanomizu University consists of approximately 12,900 pieces, making it the largest of its kind among universities in Japan. It is currently housed in the map room of the Department of Geography of the university. This collection is made up of (l) maps purchased from the Institute of Resource Sciences (these maps originally came from the General Staff Office at Ichigaya, Tokyo, at the end of the war), (2) maps collected during the time of the Tokyo Women's Higher Normal School, the precursor of Ochanomizu University, and (3) maps donated by various individuals affiliated with the Department of Geography of Ochanomizu University. In addition to topographic maps, the collection features also aeronautical charts, marine charts, and geological maps, and while centering on Asia and the Pacific, it covers a vast area ranging from Alaska in the east all the way to Europe in the west. Compared with the collections of other universities, the present collection features as many as 2,700 unique pieces, and it is distinguished by the fact that it includes a large number of topographic maps of old territories (Korean Peninsula, Taiwan), Manchuria (now Northeastern China), and Indonesia, as well as numerous aeronautical charts, marine charts, etc. The inclusion of 73 military maps is particularly notable. Military maps consist of regular topographic maps annotated with a wealth of geographic information related to military operations, and Ochanomizu University owns a large number of such maps detailing southern territories that were prepared in 1943 and later.
お茶の水地理 47, 1-14, 2007-03-20