Weiterbildung, 4 | 2020 pp 36-39
The characteristics of the Chinese learner together with opportunities for educational exchange continue to be of academic and policy interest. Chinese society is now more urban and outward looking than in the past, yet it retains the core of its cultural heritage and is indeed trying to renew it. This article focuses on the effects of these changes on the learning styles of the Chinese at home and in the diaspora. This is important not only for foreign institutions hosting Chinese learners, but in understanding how the Chinese themselves may, through learning, bring about change in their society.