Research on Chinese International Education and Cross-cultural Conflict

Jierui Luo


As the “Chinese fever” continues to heat up, research on Chinese language teaching is gradually expanding. Due to differences in various countries’ value orientations, ways of thinking, etc., teachers and students are often affected by culture in their exchanges, making communication and interaction impossible. Based on this, this article analyzes the problems of Chinese international education and cross-cultural conflicts, and proposes countermeasures to resolve cultural conflicts for reference.


Chinese; International Education; Cross-cultural; Conflict Issues

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18282/le.v10i2.2639


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