By Economy Watch
The Chinese and American education systems have notable differences in terms of style, syllabus, structure, and emphasis. Although American schools have long had a history of producing highly capable graduates, Chinese schools have also been adapting its style to make it more "american-ised".
Consequently, Chinese schools are now on the rise, both in terms of quantity and quality. In addition, more and more chinese students are furthering the studies overseas, particularly in America. The results could soon see Chinese students leaving their American counterparts behind.
Check out this infographic comparing the education system in China and the US.
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