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Part I: Online Education in Asia: An Analysis of China, Taiwan, and India

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Online Education in Asia: An Analysis of China, Taiwan, and India
Online education in Asia: An analysis of China, Taiwan, and India

Witness not the sages of the past,

Perceive not the wise of the future,

Reflecting on heaven and earth eternal,

Tears flowing down I lament in loneliness.

—Chen Zi'ang

Asia and all Eastern cultures are far from being the same as Western cultures. I suppose this is perhaps one of the more obvious statements made in this text. But it is worthy of emphasis. Online learning, like all education, does not happen in a vacuum. This is part of the message of this book—that we recognize that learning is not a-cultural or a-contextual, but rather is highly dependent on the culture and context in which the learning and learners ...

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