Category Archives: English in China

Ganbei!! China Embraces English Language

In an effort to promote internationalism, China is learning English. In the next five years, all state employees younger than 40 will be required to master at least 1,000 English phrases, and all schools will begin teaching English in kindergarten. The government also … Continue reading

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China bans English words in media

China’s state press and publishing body said such words were sullying the purity of the Chinese language. It said standardised Chinese should be the norm: the press should avoid foreign abbreviations and acronyms, as well as “Chinglish” – which is a … Continue reading

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Pearson expands interests in China

British publisher Pearson has signed a deal with China’s largest broadcaster to provide education and consumer programmes to China’s 350 million television households. A key part of the deal will be English language education, seen as crucial ahead of the … Continue reading

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Education in the People’s Republic of China

An overview from Wikipedia encyclopaedia. Read the whole article…

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English Education in Present-day China

by Lin Lin This article looks at English teaching in China and ways of improving it. 2002, Asia/Pacific Cultural Center for UNESCO. Read the whole article…

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China to Start English Teaching in Primary Schooling

A short article looking at the introduction of English teaching in primary schools in China. 02/09/200, People’s Daily. Read the whole article…

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Shanghai Leads in English Education

An article about improvements in English languahge teaching in China. 02/16/2001, CIIC. Read the whole article…

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