Historical Reflection on the Modern Movement of Chinese Students’ Studying in Japan
Based on the dialectical materialism and historical materialism, we reflect on the vigorous movement of Chinese students’ studying in Japan in the education history of modern China from four aspects. The historical contributions of Chinese students’ studying in Japan should be confirmed. At the same time, we focus on the analysis of its historical limitations and shortcomings and hope that the analysis will benefit the historical research of studying abroad, the research of educational history of China in modern times, and reform and development of studying abroad in the future.
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