Hu Shih Quote: “What is sacred among one people…”

What is sacred among one people may be ridiculous in another; and what is despised or rejected by one cultural group, may in a different environment become the cornerstone for a great edifice of strange grandeur and beauty.

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Name: Hu Shih
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: Chinese
Birthday: December 17, 1891
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