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I am a Chinese myself and I can tell that in the documentary some of the remarks did catch the point well but the others are ridiculous. ie, we do put up images of famous persons (along with their proverbs) including Confucius, Issac Newton, Galileo and so on. BUT we also dive into the difficult Confucianism instead of knee down to him. In my opinion,education nowadays in China is more modern than traditional. Also the 'Chinese teacher' commented that "in Chinese education individualism is not permitted", which sounds too absolute. But I do admit there is more collectivism in Chinese one. In some ways I doubt what the conparison was. At the beginning they aimed at comparing final marks (which did not seem proper) but when we see kids suffering we might have been off track due to sympathy. Anyway I can't tell which is just better. There are always pros and cons.
I think it was really a bold attempt to compare the teaching methods of Britain and that of China. Both the Chinese teachers and the Bohunt School is indeed worth being respected for their efforts. But in my opinion, Chinese traditional teaching ways and British ways just like chalk and cheese. The forming and application of Chinese teaching ways is due to the culture of Confucian and the lack of educational facilities in most areas of China. And the goal of Chinese education is getting high score instead of cultivating imagination, creativity thinking or critical thinking. Personally, I prefer British way which gives more freedom and spaces to students.