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Learning from China?

Bernhard Glaeser

Learning from China?

Development and Environment in Third World Countries

by Bernhard Glaeser

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Published by Unwin Hyman .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages312
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7273332M
ISBN 100043330274
ISBN 109780043330272

Keywords: China, English language environment, Authentic materials, Teaching and learning English 1. Introduction As China continues to modernise and open to the world, demand for English language skills has intensified and enthusiasm for learning English is also at an all time high. As Jiang () says, “governments are encouraging their. 2. Being in the WTO: China's learning and growing confidence. Wang Yong. 3. Chinese and Japanese FTA strategies and their implications for multilateralism. Wei Liang and Junji Nakagawa. 4. Organizational factors in China's GPA accession negotiations. Tu Xinquan. 5. China and the G A reform-minded status-quo power. Ren Xiao. 6.

  Learning China’s Forbidden History, So They Can Censor It Thousands of low-wage workers in “censorship factories” trawl the online world for forbidden content, where even a . Learning Chinese recognizes a standard sound system for Mandarin (as rep-resented in the pinyin system of romanization) but otherwise accepts a broad range of usage, much of it conditioned by social or geographic factors. Where particular usage can be labeled (as, for example, ‘Taiwan’ or .

  This article has been cited by the following publications. This list is generated based on data provided by CrossRef. Bamford, Julian and Day, Richard R. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, Vol. 18, Issue., p. Promoting Communicative Activities in Grammar Teaching in China. Asian Englishes, Vol. 2, Issue. 1, p. Cited by: Home → Blog → 3 Online Resources for Learning Chinese For students studying Chinese finding the best online resources can often be difficult. In an attempt to make things a little bit easier, the China Books blog team has collected three of our favorite Chinese language learning sites.


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