Chinese overseas<br />Study rubbish<br />Yiyang Li<br />James Marielli<br />ENG104-031<br />04-24-2001<br />
<ul><li>This phrase came from New Zealand in 2001.
In other word, they are Chinese overseas crap students.
Small group of Chinese international students.
Age between ten to twenty-eight.
They come from rich families.
They “study” in western countries.
Students who come from China  do not study hard.</li></ul>www.baidu.com<br />WHAT IS OVERSEAS STUDY RUBBISH?<br />
1.	Past poor academic achievements, unhealthy learning habits and lifestyles;<br />Inability to control oneself when a    ...
Unclear goals in learning because many were forced to study overseas by their parents;<br />5.	A tendency to brag about, a...
<ul><li>skipping classes
Play games all day and night
Cheating in the exams and homework
Doing drugs
Gambling
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  1. 1. Chinese overseas<br />Study rubbish<br />Yiyang Li<br />James Marielli<br />ENG104-031<br />04-24-2001<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>This phrase came from New Zealand in 2001.
  3. 3. In other word, they are Chinese overseas crap students.
  4. 4. Small group of Chinese international students.
  5. 5. Age between ten to twenty-eight.
  6. 6. They come from rich families.
  7. 7. They “study” in western countries.
  8. 8. Students who come from China do not study hard.</li></ul>www.baidu.com<br />WHAT IS OVERSEAS STUDY RUBBISH?<br />
  9. 9. 1. Past poor academic achievements, unhealthy learning habits and lifestyles;<br />Inability to control oneself when a monitoring system was absent in a foreign country where language school did not care about the welfare of their students<br />3. Difficulties in making cultural, academic and social adjustments in a new learning environment<br />Ling Liu CHINA DAILY 2003 <br />Five factors of these students<br />
  10. 10. Unclear goals in learning because many were forced to study overseas by their parents;<br />5. A tendency to brag about, and inability to manage large amounts of money that Chinese parents send out with their children.<br />Ling Liu CHINA DAILY 2003 <br />Five factors of these students<br />
  11. 11. <ul><li>skipping classes
  12. 12. Play games all day and night
  13. 13. Cheating in the exams and homework
  14. 14. Doing drugs
  15. 15. Gambling
  16. 16. Prostitution
  17. 17. Waste large amount of parents’ money</li></ul>XI & Gu; www.baidu.com; Wang <br />What “rubbish students” do?<br />
  18. 18. <ul><li>Cohabitation when they were in middle school.
  19. 19. In order to get German citizenship some Chinese girls marry old German workers when they are eighteen.
  20. 20. Fight with German instructors and students in school.</li></ul> math.bnu.edu .cn<br />In Germany<br />
  21. 21. <ul><li>Commit crime
  22. 22. Do Drugs
  23. 23. Gamble their money away
  24. 24. Never show up to school
  25. 25. Have complicated relationship and get Venereal disease</li></ul> Butcher & McGrath<br />In New Zealand<br />
  26. 26. <ul><li>Jan-21-2009
  27. 27. A Chinese girl Stabbed</li></ul> to Death on Campus Was <br />Decapitated.<br />http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,481406,00.html<br /> Butcher & McGrath<br />In United States<br />
  28. 28. Butcher & McGrath<br />Another Sad Story<br />SHANGHAI, April 13 (Xinhua) -- A young man who nearly stabbed his mother to death over an alleged row for money has aroused widespread concern over adequate moral education from China's loving yet high-demanding parents. <br />http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/xinhua/2011-04-13/content_2295274.html<br />YouTube:<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixOsrxizsCE&feature=related<br />
  29. 29. Fail in the Gaokao(The national higher education entrance examination); about ten million Chinese Students take the Gaokao every year. But only four universities are in the world’s best universities in top 200.<br />2. Most parents have only one child, and they want their child to have a good future.<br />USNEW; <br />Why this happened?<br />
  30. 30. Chinese agencies help low quality students get offers from universities in western countries<br />4. These students don’t want to go to class because they developed terrible habits in China.<br /> And then they become “overseas study rubbish”.<br />USNEW; <br />Why this happened?<br />
  31. 31. There are four ways to resolve this issue.<br />1. Chinese government strengthen their supervision of the education system.<br />2. Western schools take more regulations to limit these students from doing bad things. <br />3. Make a connection between school and students’ parents, let them know what their children are doing in school<br />USNEW; <br />How to solve this problem?<br />
  32. 32. The most important one:<br />Overseas study rubbish<br />According to Goethe, “If they realize the important thing in their life is to have a great aim and the determination to attain it; there will be less “rubbish students”.<br />USNEW; <br />How to solve this problem?<br />
  33. 33. “Overseas study rubbish” is not only a social issue, but also a gap of education.<br />But I believe that this issue could be solved in next few years.<br />USNEW; <br />CONCLUSION<br />
  34. 34. Elsie S. Ho, Wendy W .Li March 2007 “The Experiences of Chinese International students in New Zealand”<br />Andrew Butcher & Terry McGrath International Education Journal Vol 5, No 4, 2004<br />Collins, F.L (2006) “The racilasation of export education in Auckland, New Zealand. Asia pacific Viewpoint, 47(2),217-234<br />Juning Wang, “oversea rubbish students” published in January 2008 by CHINESE OVERSEAS.<br />Liu, W. (2003, Aug 4), “The situation of Chinese students in Australia, NZ worrying” PEOPLE’S DAILY. <br />www.xinhua.net<br />www.baidu.com<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ixOsrxizsCE&feature=related<br />http://www.usnews.com/education/worlds-best-universities/articles/2010/09/21/worlds-best-universities-top-400-?PageNr=6<br />http://www.china.com.cn/chinese/WISI/314000.htm<br />http://read.dangdang.com/book_1063<br />http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,481406,00.html<br />USNEW; <br />References<br />
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