Browse Globalization and the University by Subject "Chinese"
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(2008)For our group project, we were interested in finding out if and why the Chinese language is overtaking the Japanese language here on the UIUC campus. Our group consisted of four researchers broken up into two language ...
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(2013-04)Our audio project focused on interviewing an international Chinese undergraduate student. We wanted to hear her tell her own story -- life in China, experiences in school, deciding and applying to American colleges, ...
(2008)For our project we sought to find if Chinese is replacing Japanese as the East Asian business language just as the economy is shifting from Japan towards China. We limited our research pool to non-heritage undergraduates ...
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The Shifting Commodity of Language: Chinese and Japanese Language Learning at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (2008)Through this project we sought to discover to what degree students’ motives for studying Chinese and Japanese reflect the changing global status of China and Japan: essentially, whether or not Chinese is replacing Japanese ...
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