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In this paper, Dr. Gu Weixing contends that English teaching in China was begun and established in schools by missionaries. This introductory paper will be useful to people interested in the history of English teaching and of Christian missions in China.

In this paper, Dr. The paper includes two other short scholarly pieces: a discussion of the influence of Christian missions in China by Marika Vicziany, and an overview of the National Library of Australia's collection of Chinese documents from the London Missionary Soc In this paper, Dr.

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The emphasis on English education in China only emerged after 1979 when the Cultural Revolution ended, China adopted the Open Door Policy, and the United States and China established strong diplomatic ties

The emphasis on English education in China only emerged after 1979 when the Cultural Revolution ended, China adopted the Open Door Policy, and the United States and China established strong diplomatic ties.

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In this paper, Dr. The paper includes two other short scholarly pieces: a discussion of the influence of Christian missions in China by Marika Vicziany, and an overview of the National Library of Australia's collection of Chinese documents from the London Missionary Society, by Andrew Gosling.

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In this paper, Dr. Gu Weixing contends that English teaching in China was begun and established in schools by missionaries. The paper includes two other short scholarly pieces: a discussion of the influence of Christian missions in China by Marika Vicziany, and an overview of the National Library of Australia's collection of Chinese documents from the London Missionary Society, by Andrew Gosling. This introductory paper will be useful to people interested in the history of English teaching and of Christian missions in China.
The Origin of English Language Teaching in China's Schools: Occasional Papers on East Asia No. 3 download epub
Humanities
Author: Gu Weixing
ISBN: 187692425X
Category: Other
Subcategory: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Monash Asia Institute (January 1, 2003)
Pages: 20 pages