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A Study on Promotion and The Impact of Classics-Reading Education in Malaysia : A Case of Chung-De Culture Society of Johor
Chung-De Culture Society
An increase in Classics-Reading Education has been an unmistakable worldwide trend in recent years. Many teachers and parents have begun to spend more positively and educate their children as they consider the benefits of reading the classics. In Malaysia, a multicultural country, Classics-Reading Education is highly emphasized, even in the regions of inhabited by few Chinese people. Nowadays, the Evaluation Committee of Classics-Reading has been promoted to the world, for example there are the Guide Reading Evaluation Committees in Singapore, United States of America, Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and so on. Taiwan is the first country that conducted the Children’s Classics Guide Reading Evaluation Committee; therefore, it plays an extremely important role in the promotion of Guide Reading Evaluation Committee. For there are many active promotors determining the spread of Classics-Reading Education, it can be positively developed throughout the world. Classics-Reading Education in Malaysia begun in 1998. Dr. Wang Cai-Gui, the first promotor of Children’s Classics-Reading Education in Taiwan, and Mr. Chen Jian-Fa, manager of Chung-De Cultural Society, have devoted themselves in promotion of Classics-Reading Education for years. On the appeal of Mr. Chen in 2001, an atmosphere of classics-reading has been consequently spread throughout Malaysia. Chung-De Culture Society of Johor was led by the manager, Mr. Chen Si-Hai, for local promotion of Classics-Reading Education. For decades, the volunteer teachers have made every effort together in developing Classics-Reading Education in every city throughout Johor. The 1st Little Champion in Johor Bahru was held in November, 10th, 2002 in Stadium Tertutup Bandaraya Johor Bahru. Among 751 Candidates from all over Johor were gathering together, opening the historic prelude of Classics-Reading Education in Johor. Chinese cultural classics plays a pivotal role among the nourishment of patriotism, the development of personality, the cultivation of habit, the achievement in the field of environment, and the construction of tradition. Moreover, Classics of Cultural Humanities have an extremely positive impact on the creation of thoughts, the development of inspiration, and the nourishment of innovative capability. Therefore, Classics-Reading Education in Johor, Malaysia, which is located near Singapore, a cultural bouillabaisse, is extraordinarily worth it to investigate and conduct research.
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