Special Issue (Beijing 2015): Beijing Interflow—An inspiring and meaningful teaching and learning experience

By Latia Wan (Year 4, 2015-2016) and Chloe Kwong (Year 3, 2015-2016) Provided with the opportunity to teach English in both primary and secondary classrooms in Beijing, we have not only gained valuable experience in having a better understanding of the English language environment in Beijing, but we have also reflected on our own strengths …

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Special Issue (Beijing 2015): When Collectivism Meets Standardization—Confucius Heritage Culture in Action

By Cedric Wong (Year 4, 2015-2016) and Ross Ng (Year 3, 2015-2016) Although Beijing is a modern city, many aspects of its English language education are seen as being influenced by traditional Chinese thoughts, collectively known as Confucius Heritage Culture (CHC). Confucius Heritage Culture is named after Confucius. A scholar and a teacher himself, Confucius …

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