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Are Indian Students Brighter Than Chinese Students?   [Copy link] 中文

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zakoi Post time: 2013-10-26 20:00
The system is different, the background is different. Both have the quality students. Indian-Ameri ...

Zakoi,if you can give a little introduction on the difference about “The system is different, the background is different.”,of cause,all according to your knowledge, that will be wonderful !

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1584austin Post time: 2013-10-26 23:07
yes much truth in what you say


It is the must be,if here is no changing,or competition, here will be no progress for you,he|she and me!

Sino-Indian people‘s friendship has a long history,in modern time,youngsters are the future of the nations,and making a big change,through friendly exchange,friendly competition and finally make a big change for all the people in the two friendly countries are our common hope and expection。

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Indian, Chinese and Jewish students are all brighter than US, UK, Canadian, Australian students  I know, they win the Nobel Prize, but Scandinavians are not bright either

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My experience is that American universities have the best atmosphere for specifically 'academic and intellectual' freedom of expression. When an academic or intellectual question is being discussed, all are treated more equally, listened to and encouraged. This does not extend to political ideas or even truths if they are inconvenient to the Americans.  This is the reason why Indians and Chinese, perhaps coming from a more 'traditionally respectful towards elders' culture feel a sense of liberation and enjoy it. But in terms of being really bright and doing well, it is totally individual and there is no correlation to country or culture. Usually one sees the brightest of Indians in the USA or UK. One cannot compare the average Indian with the average American - the American is ways ahead. In terms of intelligence the average Australian in the countryside is a few points higher than his city cousin who is a tad higher than the average American... Brightness in thinking is a quality that can show up in academics, but is not determined by academics.
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There is a mis-perception about Chinese students in the USA - many local Americans find it hard to understand their English, both spoken or written and hence do not understand how smart or intelligent they are. They find it easier to understand Indians and hence might have a bias. Also, Indians tend to try and fit in and please the locals and agree with them. Chinese do not seem to do this. Indians are not seen as serioius competitors or rivals by the Americans while Chinese are. This too would bring up a tendency for Americans to bash them when they can or a take dig at them.
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