Planning Research on Chinese Culture English Virtual Community

Yina SHEN, Hui DU, Juan SHEN


To solve the problem existing in Chinese culture English websites, which is focusing on “introduction” while ignoring “communication”, based on the concept and core applications of virtual community, a planning research on Chinese culture English virtual community is described in this paper, which includes general requirement analysis, general structure planning and application platform planning. The aim is to provide a more comprehensive internet platform for foreigners to learn Chinese culture.

Key words: Chinese culture; Virtual community; Website planning; Information systems


Chinese culture; Virtual community; Website planning; Information systems


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