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International Journal of Chinese Education

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ISSN: 2212-585X
E-ISSN: 2212-5868

The International Journal of Chinese Education aims to strengthen Chinese academic exchanges and cooperation with other countries in order to improve Chinese educational research and promote Chinese educational development. Articles can be submitted as empirical studies, especially on popular issues, policy studies, and theory studies, and can address all educational disciplines, educational phenomena and education problems.

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Volume 3, Sound Bites Won’t Work: Case Studies of 15-Year Free Education in Greater China, 2014

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Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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Review of Religion and Chinese Society

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2014 : Free sample review

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Frontiers of Education in China

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TENG Jun, QU Liaojian , eds.,(2013), Frontiers of Education in China, Volume 8, Issue 4,  p. 637 – 640
DOI: 10.3868/s110-002-013-0043-7 . (restricted access)

Frontiers of Education in China is a fully peer reviewed international academic journal, which publishes original papers. It aims to connect Chinese and international perspectives, and create a platform for a deepening understanding of the global significance of Chinese education. It will enable readers around the world to explore the genuine meaning of Chinese educational traditions and contemporary patterns in a global context. Through promoting a multi-dimensional understanding of Chinese education, this journal seeks to enrich the theory and practice of education.

Former issues online (restricted access)

Volume 7, Issue 1 is on full access.

This month, the OECD released the PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) results. According to this research, Shanghai pupils ranked first in the world in mathematics, sciences, and reading.

Related link

Baocun Liu, Xiaolin Liu, Liaojian Qu, Cross-Border Higher Education in China: Development, Challenges and Responses http://www.fe.hku.hk/cerc/ceshk/doc/CEB2013_15.pdf#page=17 (accessed 2nd January 2014)

 

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Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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Chinese perspectives on the environment and sustainable development

Chinese Perspectives on the Environment and Sustainable Development, edited by: Ye Wenhu, Peking University; translated by: Christopher Heselton at Brill.

With China’s rapid growth over the past several decades, the detrimental effects of industrial growth on the environment have become ever more apparent. In this collection of articles from some of China’s most distinguished political scientist, economist, and environmentalist, we find the emerging debate on environmentalism unfolding as Chinese try to find their own way. At the core of these concerns is a debate on balancing the needs of economic development with responsibilities to the planet, and the degree to which that responsibility applies to China as a developing country. These articles seek to illustrate broader principles for environmental policies and international support, as well as more specific projects in China that have been tested and those that have failed.

 

 

Jacqueline Nivard

Jacqueline Nivard, Centre d’études sur la Chine moderne et contemporaine

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