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Chinese Education of Chinese German－A Case Study of Five Chinese Schools
Overseas Chinese Education
Chinese School in Germany
According to the statistics of OCAC (Overseas Compatriot Affairs Commission, R.O.C.) , there are around 110,000 Chinese German in Germany, and only 7,000 immigrates are from Taiwan. Taiwanese immigrants had established 13 member schools of Chinesischer Schulverband Deutschland in Germany. In 2008, Stuttgart Chinese School became the first Chinese language digital learning school. The first part of the thesis records the immigration history of Chinese German, Chinese education development, contemporary mainstream education and Chinese learning in German. By describing the social background and context, the seldom-mentioned regional Chinese learning is represented in the essay. The second part focuses on the five Chinese schools, namely, Berlin Chinese School, Hamburg Chinese School, Rhein-Taipei Chinese School, Formosa Chinese School and Stuttgart Chinese School. According to the author’s filed surveys and first-hand documents, the final part analyses from the viewpoints of family education, school’s management structure and teaching content, and digital learning advocated by authorities and semi-authorities, providing 5 concrete recommendations of future directions and 3 priority issues for the 5 Chinese schools to benefit the history record of Chinese German and the research of overseas Chinese education.
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