Every year, there are about 9.4 million Chinese high school students take the tough Gaokao in China, it is six times population of Hawaii. Gaokao, formally know as the National College Entrance Examination, is an annual test for high school seniors every year. It is an academic examination divided by three parts: Chinese language, Mathematic, and English. As we know, Gaokao is the most important exam in every Chinese people’s life, and it hold key of to future for every student. In other word, from the moment you step in the elementary school, you start to prepare the Gaokao.
However, the impressive growth rate of China's economy is not without its shortcomings. Problems such as inflation and inefficient state-owned enterprises plague the rise of the Chinese economy. The main goal for China's modern foreign policies is the development of the Chinese infrastructure. The significance of improved communication and transportation cannot be over-stressed. Economically, enhanced means of communication and transportation allows more expedient supply and demand scheduling.
This, in my view will bring the world together as one. If all culture and tradition is changed, I presume the country will lose its identity, but slight modifications will make the country a better place, and trade is the best way to do it. To wrap up my essay, I think that trade has helped China’s economy. After the 1979 economic reforms, China has changed a lot, and trade is a supporting member. Besides its negative effects like culture, trade has helped Chinas a lot; and I, as well as other economists predict that in a few years time, China will have the world’s largest economy!
In doing this, teacher salaries will have to go up. As a direct result, there will be more competition for the job position, and people with Ph.Ds. will be motivated to teach. Higher quality teachers will possess more knowledge about the subject than other candidates for the job position, and they will be able to teach at a faster pace. Looking to China and Japan, for example, teachers get paid salaries equivalent ... ... middle of paper ... ...ing simply by emulating Asia’s procedure, why should we not do so?
The education system of China unmistakably varies in comparison with the United States. Within most countries, students strive to become doctors, engineers, lawyers, etc. Education in China requires students to attend school for 9 years without any objection. In the United States, Americans are encouraged to go to school. The government upholds the "no child left behind" policy which mandates students to attend school for at least 12 ye... ... middle of paper ... ...system, Chinese individuals will be given jobs everywhere.
In recent years, kids in kindergarten was asked to learn English, play an instrument, and study Olympic Mathematics, because if they do not study hard, they will lose the chance to compete with other kids. The long term result is kids are exhausted and parents are doubtful about the Chinese education. Although the admission rate of university is increasing year by year, key universities and colleges are only available ... ... middle of paper ... ... Works cited Lin,Vivian,” Chinese Students Pour into the United States”, US-China Today.18 Nov. 2010.Web.4 Apr. 2011 Rong,Xuelan, and Tianjian Shi, “Inequality in Chinese Education”, Journal of Contemporary China (2001), 10(26), 107–124.Web Zhu,Zi, “What is behind the lowering ages of students who study abroad?”,China.org.cn.19 Jan. 2011.Web.4 Apr.2011 Yang,Ying and Lihong Zhang, ”Escape”. Zhejiang Daily.14 Dec. 2010,Web.
The fact that China joined the Information Technology Agreement, which phases out all tariffs on information technology products by 2005, gives credence to this as one factor supporting membership (Prime, 2002). China’s exports have increased substantially throughout the reform period, helping China earn foreign exchange for needed... ... middle of paper ... ... issues. Finally, China wanted to make sure that Taiwan did not join first so that China would have a say in that economy’s status in the organization (Prime 2002). Overall, China's participation in the WTO would promote the reform process, stimulate the expansion of foreign investment in Chinese economy, make a positive impact on the development of the service sector, so China would become a rule setter in the global trading community. Speaking at the WTO Ministerial Conference in Qatar, head of Chinese delegation Shi Guangsheng said that participation in the multilateral trading system is currently the only possibility to derive maximum benefit from the developing world in the process of economic globalization.
Also, they see more members as more money for the clubs. The main reason for this policy is because it is not fair to the kids who are not in extracurriculars, administration sees ten days as too much. Students may only miss 10 class periods of any certain class for school related absences before having to take the semester final in that class (Century Student 35). Students have the option of "buying-back" their time. However they may only do this after they have hit 10 and have to spend 50 minutes before or after school in that class.
Their economy has grown an astonishing 9-10% over the past thirty years; almost double of what it used to be decades ago. China is also the “world’s greatest manufacturer and its greatest market” (Rachman). The continuing growth of China's economy is a source of concern for not only the U.S. but surrounding nations as well. One could argue that the U.S. need not worry about China’s growth because of the spread of globalization and that western ideologies would influence China to turn to democracy. Yet China has still managed to “incorporate censorship and one party rule with continuing economic success” (Rachman) and remains a communist country.
By doing this it will increase jobs and growth in the United States. Incomes will be increased due to a lower cost of goods. Along with it will increase exports of goods and services. Overall, I believe the United States can gain back control of this issue if they start implementing new laws and regaining its power that China has had over us. No decision will be easy and it will all create a big shift in our economy in orders to get us on the right track.