Tang poetry vs. Chinese poetry

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The latest issue of the Japanese version of “Newsweek” (9/16 August 2022) features columnist Tang Xinziwen, comparing the differences between Chinese and Japanese kindergartens. In other words, it is not surprising that Japan emphasizes character training and China emphasizes “elite education”. On the contrary, among the Chinese kindergarten elite education contents she listed for Japanese readers, in addition to English, mathematics, logic, piano, and ballet, there is also a “Chinese poetry”, which is naturally the Tang poetry in Chinese. However, the combination of Tang poetry and kindergarten conveys the impression that there is no elite or character, but this Japanese article has the effect of a filter, as if Chinese kindergartens really have some kind of classical education.

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