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 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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
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 />
“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 />
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