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Sep 27, 2021Open    AccessArticle

Analyses of Confucius’s Educational Thoughts and Its Values to Contemporary Education from the Perspectives of African Students in China

Franca Adanne Enyiazu, Esther Onyinye Nwigwe
Confucius (551 - 479 BC) was the first great Chinese educator in the history of China. Confucius’s educational policy, teaching contents, teaching principles, and teaching methods played a significant role in enlightening contemporary teaching development today. His “teaching without social discrimination” policy laid the foundation for contemporary education fairness, while his teaching content of “writing and acting faithfully” emphasized Chinese contemporary moral education. Confucius’s heuri...
Open Access Library J. Vol.8, 2021

Aug 27, 2021Open    AccessArticle

China’s Official Development Assistance: An Implication of the Transport Infrastructure Development in Cambodia

Chet Vathanak
China’s ODA in Cambodia had been executed since the 1950s with the remarkable evidence of the four factories’ construction in Cambodia during the 1960s, while the United States of America had also experienced providing funds to build roads and bridges and other humanitarian reliefs in Cambodia during the 1950s and 1960s. After the national election in 1993, foreign assistance was given to Cambodia to support the economic infrastructure and to fill the gap of government expenditure budgets of eac...
Open Access Library J. Vol.8, 2021

Jun 15, 2021Open    AccessArticle

Movement for the “Emancipation of the Niger Delta” (MEND) Constitutes a Threat to the U.S. National Security

Mustapha Kulungu
Since the discovery and commencement of oil production in 1956 in the Niger Delta, the region has worsened in terms of security, poverty, and environmental pollution. The “Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta (MEND)” is among the insurgent groups that continue to cause havoc in the region. The Delta Niger area is infested with corruption, economic inequalities, lack of opportunities, political repression, nepotism, and so on. All these problems must be addressed equitably and promptl...
Open Access Library J. Vol.8, 2021

Apr 30, 2021Open    AccessArticle

China and Cambodia Iron-Clad Relations: A Case Study of the Impact of China’s Official Development Finance, Economic Infrastructure Developments on Cambodia’s Exponential Economic Growth from 2010 to 2019

Rortha Chum
Cambodia is one of the oldest and the most trusted of China’s alliance. Chinese foreign assistance has influenced in interests of politics, strategics and economics. This article seeks to explore the close interaction of China’s foreign financial aid influences and contributions in respect to economic infrastructure development on economic growth. Methods: Using in-depth interviews with twelve key experts’ participants are conducted and transcribed by the author. The data analysis is employed th...
Open Access Library J. Vol.8, 2021

Feb 26, 2021Open    AccessArticle

Intercultural Adaptation of Undergraduate Students in Germany under the Framework of Sino-Foreign Cooperative Education: An Empirical Study

Yiyi Li, Jing’an Qian, Xiaofei Rao
With the advancement of higher education internationalization, an increasing number of Chinese students choose to study abroad for higher education. However, differing socio-cultural and educational contexts in host countries bring great challenges to their intercultural adaptation. Taking a double first-class university in Shanghai as an example, by using anonymous online questionnaire and interviewing approaches, this study explored the features and challenges of intercultural adaptation encou...
Open Access Library J. Vol.8, 2021

Nov 30, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Chinese Undergraduate Students’ Decision on Studying Abroad from the Perspective of the Push-Pull Theory—An Empirical Study in a Double First-Class University in Shanghai

Juanyong Hao, Zaorui Chen, Xiaofei Rao
In recent years, the number of Chinese students studying abroad continues to grow, with their destination countries becoming diverse. The outbreak of COVID 19 pandemic in 2020 has exerted profound impacts on their decisions of overseas study. Taking a double first-class university in Shanghai as an example, this study explored the decision-making of Chinese undergraduate students who intend to study abroad and the contributing factors that affect their decision-making from the perspective of the...
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020

Oct 28, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Chinese Undergraduate Students’ Intercultural Adaptation in German Higher Education—A Report from a Double First-Class University in Shanghai

Jiahang Xi, Rui Song, Xiaofei Rao
Grounded in researches on intercultural adaptation and the status quo of Chinese undergraduate students in German higher education, using an online anonymous questionnaire-based approach, this study investigated these student sojourners’ intercultural adaptation in terms of general life, social communication, academic studies, and mental health. Further coping strategies and suggestions were provided with regard to the four aspects of boosting foreign language skills and competence, respecting, ...
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020

May 22, 2020Open    AccessArticle

Party Politics in Kenya and South Africa: The Conundrum of Ethnic and Race Relations

John Rabuogi Ahere
Since the colonial period, group identity has affected politics in Kenya and South Africa. Ethnicity and race are used to explain many issues in both countries including party politics. This article examines the linkages between ethnic and race relations in the activities of political parties in both countries. The article finds that ethnicity and race are endemic to the nature and operations of political parties in Kenya and South Africa. As a result, most political parties formulate policies a...
Open Access Library J. Vol.7, 2020

Dec 30, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Media Effect into Conflict Management: A Comparative Study on Israel and Palestine Media Practitioners View Point

Ibrahim T. I. Ukka, Hong Yu, Bienmali Kombate
The paper aimed to test the media effect limited theory versus the media non-limited effect theory and to understand the implication and impact of political will through media into a conflict management. Israel and Palestine conflict was used as a case study and a sample of 153 respondents (including 67 from Israel and 86 Palestinians) was collected and the survey questionnaire was administered through online, however, the study p
Open Access Library J. Vol.6, 2019

Jun 28, 2019Open    AccessArticle

Military Integration of Armed Groups as a Conflict Resolution Approach in Africa: Good Strategy or Bad Compromise?

Cosmas Ekwom Kamais
This paper examines the integration of armed groups into security sector of a country, especially the military, as an approach to peace building. It takes an overview of such approaches in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and the Central African Republic (CAR). The paper argues that while such an approach is good for peace’s sake, it usually fails to attain peace in the long term due to its rushed conceptualization
Open Access Library J. Vol.6, 2019


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