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Breaking the Perception Barrier


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An article in the India-China Chronicle discusses how China and India’s "economic activism has not translated into higher education partnerships". 

"What explains this gap? In addition to the obvious factors like language and cultural barriers, perceptual barriers about quality contribute to the lack of higher education partnerships between China and India. These barriers are confounded by the different structures of higher education systems and allocation of family resources on a child’s higher education."

 

 

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