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Nayeem Ahmed
Jul 17, 2022
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The content of Chinese textbooks has sparked discussions on both sides of the strait. Taiwanese physician and author Yicheng Cai commented on Facebook that not only the illustrations, but also the content of the textbooks are problematic. He points to textbook references to wife beating, masculinity, self-righteous extramarital sex and blaming the victim. This also highlights the lack of the concept of "gender equality" in textbooks. It is understood that the controversial PPE textbook was photo retouching service approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education in 2012 and 2013, so the textbook has been used for nearly 10 years. The British newspaper The Guardian said the textbooks are being used in primary schools across the country, from Shandong province in the northeast to Yunnan province in the south. However, the Beijing Wu Yong Design Studio, which is responsible for drawing the illustrations, was unable to find the industrial and commercial registration records after investigation by the Chinese media. Public opinion attacked The textbook illustration controversy sparked heated discussions among Chinese netizens, and it was once on the hot search list on China's Weibo. The parent-child blogger "Du Lala Parenting Story" with millio
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