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April of 14th of 1937 saw the founding of the International University Chinese College in China. Two days before this, Mahat-ma Gandhi had written to Sir Rabindranath Tagore and Mr. Tan Yunshan to extend his congratulations. Sir Tagore asked me to pay a visit to the Mahatma to report to him about the founding of Chinese College and to stay with him for a while to learn by the side of this great man.One afternoon, we arrived at the Salya-graha Ashram, which was located in a quarter with about 20 buildings scattered...

April of 14th of 1937 saw the founding of the International University Chinese College in China. Two days before this, Mahat-ma Gandhi had written to Sir Rabindranath Tagore and Mr. Tan Yunshan to extend his congratulations. Sir Tagore asked me to pay a visit to the Mahatma to report to him about the founding of Chinese College and to stay with him for a while to learn by the side of this great man.One afternoon, we arrived at the Salya-graha Ashram, which was located in a quarter with about 20 buildings scattered on a stretch of land. They included weaving mills, small soap-making plants, farm took repair shops, printing shops and residential houses. All of the buildings were single-stored houses roofed with tiles except the college building, which was of a cement structure in the Indian style. This quarter was an integration of industrial and agricultural practice, which symbolized mahatma Gandhi's goal of reforms in Indian rural areas. Students of the college were trained to be the core members for the realization of this goal.The Mahatma lived in a very simple house, in front of which were some trees thathe had planted himself, under the covered walk was a wooden bed on which he lay for a rest. With windows, the room looked adequately bright. Scattered on the mud ground were a few small straw mattresses. I saw the Mahatma, a barefoot and shaven-headed elderly man, sitting on the ground at a low table and writing with undivided attention. After his secretary whispered to him, he looked up and smiled at me. He pointed to a mattresses next to him and suggested that I'd sit there. While I was waiting for him to finish his work, I noticed that he was using scraps of paper to write on ( I was told he liked to save them) and a pen that people said was several dozen years old.About a quarter later, he finished writing. Turning around, he smiled at me again and said: "You Chinese young people are very enthusiastic and brave. They have carried on many patriotic movements, isn't it so? China is such a great country! I love China and the Chinese people! The founding of the Chinese College marks a milestone of the friendship and solidarity of our two countries. Unfortunately I was unable to be there with you." While listening to the Mahatma talking, I felt very nervous and uneasy at the beginning as I was in the presence of such a great soul, who had mobilized the Indian people for the struggle against the 200-yeai0long British reign. But he talked in such as amiable way that all my nervousness was driven away and I felt as relaxed as I was sitting by my father's side.In July the same year, the news spread to the Salyagraha Ashram that the War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression had broken out. The Mahatma said to me one day when we were taking a walk; "the whole nation of China is rising to fight against the Japanese aggressors. Victory belongs to the Chinese people because you have the truth with you!"In mid-September, I became very much worried about the worsening war situation back home. I decided to go back to San-tinikstan. Before I left him, he encouraged me not to lose heart under any circumstances. He said; The Chinese people are a great people. They will win for sure. Their heroism has greatly inspired the Indian people ."On the morning of September 28th before I left Wardha, Mahatma Handhi gaveme, as a gift, the charka I d used at the Salyagraha Ashram, saying: "like India, China relies on her own strength for recovery and prosperity.' I bowed and, with both of my hands, I took the charka from him. When the carriage moved forward and dearfriends who had come to bid me farewell were left behind, I could not but cry. Taking out of my pocket the handful of soil that I' d picked up from the Mahatma's yard, I kissed it again and again.

作者是世界文豪、印度诗人泰戈尔的中国学生,半个多世纪前,魏风江在泰戈尔创办的国际大学求学期间,泰戈尔嘱其到甘地身边学习一个时期,因此有幸成为在圣雄甘地身边亲聆教诲的唯一中国学生。1997年8月,魏风江再次接受印度总理和印度驻华大使的邀请,参加印度独立50周年的庆典,以及国际大学中国学院成立60周年庆典。借此机会,他又一次专程去拜谒了圣雄甘地的陵墓,以表达对这位世界伟人的敬仰和深深的怀念。此文是回忆他在60年前在甘地身边学习工作的种种情况,这是鲜为人知、弥足珍贵的史料。

Mme Neo Gaseitsiwe, wife of Kgosi Seepapitso IV, Botswanan Ambassador to China, may be a grandmother, but you wouldn't know it by looking at her. She is very youthful looking. She believes being happy, active and compassionate, all gifts

博茨瓦纳大使夫人耐欧·哈塞载维已为人祖母,却依然保持着青春的风采。她说,快乐和积极的生活态度是上帝赐予她保持青春的“秘方”。

Stephen Jay Gould (1941—2002) was one of the most celebrated paleontologists of his generation, who helped bring paleontology back to the high table in the field of evolutionary biology and to the households of an educated public. With fellow paleontologist Niles Eldredge, he proposed the theory of “punctuated equilibrium” that fundamentally changed the way the fossil record had been interpreted. However, his most original and lasting work was undoubtedly his book Ontogeny and Phylogeny, in which he aptly clarified...

Stephen Jay Gould (1941—2002) was one of the most celebrated paleontologists of his generation, who helped bring paleontology back to the high table in the field of evolutionary biology and to the households of an educated public. With fellow paleontologist Niles Eldredge, he proposed the theory of “punctuated equilibrium” that fundamentally changed the way the fossil record had been interpreted. However, his most original and lasting work was undoubtedly his book Ontogeny and Phylogeny, in which he aptly clarified the concepts of several developmental terms such as neoteny and paedomorphosis. These contributions have made Gould one of the most renowned evolutionary theorists today. He was also arguably the most talented popular science writer since Thomas H. Huxley. Gould won himself a wide readership through his column, “This View of Life”, in Natural History magazine in the last quarter of the 20 th century as well as his many bestseller books. Among his unique gifts are his photographic memory, his encyclopedic knowledge, his refined prose style, his argumentative persuasiveness, his idiosyncratic narrative skills, his incredible wit, and above all, his unsurpassed ability to convey to laymen complex scientific ideas without oversimplifying them. Gould was a Maxist, and thus consistently stood on the left wing of the political persuasions. Like Huxley, Gould was also a fighting “bulldog” against creationists. His role as a witness for evolutionists in the U.S. Supreme Court put him in the national spotlight, and made him an instant celebrity. In addition to his academic capacity, he frequently appeared on the national televisions, gave public lectures worldwide, and asserted his influence on the broad political and cultural scenes. Gould was truly a renaissance paleontologist, with a keen interest in philosophy, literature, history, religion, rhetoric, music, fine arts, sports, and even popular culture. Consequently, his voice was distinctive, informative, interesting, inspirational, and influential. He made our profession not only visible but highly respectable and popular. He is to be forever missed by us all.

美国古生物学家史蒂芬·杰·古尔德 (StephenJayGould)因癌症于 2 0 0 2年 5月 2 0日在曼哈顿的家中辞世 ,享年 6 0岁。笔者在这里缅怀这位杰出的科学家 ,不仅是因为他的博学和在进化理论上作出的重大贡献 ,更是因为他在科学论证上的执着和在科学普及方面的杰出成就。

 
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