Ian Johnson

journalist and author

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Beijing-based journalist who specializes in civil society, culture and religion, and author of Wild Grass: Three Portraits of Change in Modern China; former writer for the Wall Street Journal, he won the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China

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For a century, European and American parents looking for an alternative, arts-based education for their children have embraced the principles of  Waldorf Schools , developed in 1919 by…

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For a century, European and American parents looking for an alternative, arts-based education for their children have embraced the principles of  Waldorf Schools , developed in 1919 by…

Alternative Education Catches On in China

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