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Comparative Education Seminar

The post of “Comparative Education Seminar” was published in the WordPress blog. The post talks about that 28 Chinese and American students talk about the difference of the educations between the China and the America. The main topic of the discussion is that why Chinese students tend to study math and science over other subjects, and why there have been so many “math genius” Chinese students. They found that the Chinese students just practice a lot for every science subjects. In the contrast, American students who tend to go with subjects and learning methods that are enjoyable and interesting dislike repetitive and mechanical practices. The “About us” page shows that the blog was created to fill a void felt by numerous UNC students as the University’s first academically driven student organization. The about us page tells us that the most of the posts in the blog were written by the Chinese and the Chinese-American students organization in UNC. And the posts talk about the Chinese students American and the Chinese-American students. The about us page also lists the authors’ name. However, the authors did not post some pictures and the photos, so we cannot look the authors from the photos. The authors use the formal language to write the about us page, so this is a good blog. The authors use the links on the about us page, they link some posts on the about us page.

http://carolinachinanetwork.wordpress.com/ Chinese students

http://www.chinahush.com/2013/01/23/teachers-from-uk-shocked-by-chinese-multiplication-table/ UK Chinese

http://www.nationmultimedia.com/opinion/Chinas-goal-is-to-be-a-leader-in-science-education-30201631.html Science education in Chinese

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