Monday, July 15, 2013

The future of online education in China - Wei Gu

Wei Gu
Wei Gu
Is e-learning a good way to deal with China's shortage of qualified teachers? One of the questions in the debate on the future of online education, moderated by WSJ's Wei Gu, with +Yat Siu, chief executive of Outblaze, and her WSJ colleague Jake Lee.

Wei Gu is a speaker at the China Speakers Bureau. Do you need her at your meeting or conference? Do get in touch or fill in our speakers' request form.

China Weekly Hangout

Education has a profound effect on the changes of China's labor force. That was one of the recent debates, on May 24, at the +China Weekly Hangout , where economist Heleen Mees from New York, entrepreneur +Sam Xu from Zhuhai and China Speakers Bureau's +Fons Tuinstra from Lausanne asked +Dee Lee (Inno), of the NGO Inno in Guangzhou questions. Dee Lee is running a workers' hotline, mainly funded by big brands who want to keep an eye on working conditions.

 The +China Weekly Hangout will hold on Thursday 18 July an open office where you can drop in to discuss upcoming subjects, panelists and current affairs in China. Here is our announcement, or you can register for participation right away on our event page. 
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