Review of "English language education across Greater China"; edited by Anwei Feng
Mu, Guanglun Michael (2013) Review of "English language education across Greater China"; edited by Anwei Feng. TESOL in Context, 23(1&2), pp. 128-130.
I formally learned English from Year Four until the completion of my undergraduate study in China. Because of this personal history, I was keen to review this book and revisit English education in China. The list of contributors to the book includes Anwei Feng (editor) and his colleagues, who play an insider role in English language practice, research, and policy-making in “Greater China”. Greater China according to Feng, can be defined as geographically close, demographically Chinese-dominated, and culturally, economically, and socio-politically interrelated countries and territories where Chinese is either the mother tongue or used as an official language.
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|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > EDUCATION (130000)|
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