45 Language difficulties solved

Anarchist ideas proliferated all over the world at the end of the nineteenth century, even to China and Japan. Aside from the strong tradition of translations, the language problem was in some cases addressed by using Esperanto, which was on the rise in those years. The Voice of the People, published in Shanghai from 1913 to 1916, comprised sections in Esperanto and Chinese.

La Voco de l’Popolo

La Voco de l’Popolo. Ĉiusemajna Ĥina kaj esperanta gazeto
Canton, 1913
Periodical, vol 1, no1, text also in Chinese, 32 x 24

Date: 
1913
Number: 
45

Location

Guangzhou (Canton)
China