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Title: Singapore Pie in Global Chinese Education: Inheritance and Innovation in Chinese Literature Education in Singapore
Authors: Li, Jia
Qu, Jingyi
Keywords: Teaching Chinese literature in Singapore
Nanyang characteristics
Teaching Chinese as secondary language
Chinese literature
Issue Date: 2016
Source: Li, J., & Qu, J. (2016). Singapore Pie in Global Chinese Education: Inheritance and Innovation in Chinese Literature Education in Singapore. Sino-US English Teaching, 13(9), 744-753.
Series/Report no.: Sino-US English Teaching
Abstract: Singapore’s Chinese literature education has continuously evolved and advanced over the years, forming a unique style in global Chinese education, which can be described as: “Singapore pie”. Through its bilingual policy, the Singapore government has been committed to creating a pool of bicultural talents, by supplementing the teaching of Chinese language with classes on Chinese literature and culture. This thesis seeks to understand the pros and cons of Chinese literature education in Singapore by analysing its development over the years. The teaching of Chinese literature began with the first wave of Chinese migration to Nanyang in the 19th century, and from there, it went through three phases of development: relocation, adjustment, and burgeoning
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10356/83965
http://hdl.handle.net/10220/41514
Fulltext Permission: open
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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