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The Journal of Aussie-Sino Studies, also known as the JASS brings you the archive of our publications consisting of a multitude of breakthrough and inspiring research papers from many enthusiastic and dedicated researchers from China and Australia, which are published through peer-review.
December 26, 2021
2021 Volume-7 Issued-4

This study primarily deals with the ancient Chinese reformer Confucius and his sociopolitical contributions along with political effects on the society and his impact on modernizing of the society. The paper is focusing on the “joint commitments” in Confucius's thought towards the Chinese community. There are different opinions about the personality of Confucius as he […]

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October 26, 2021
2021 Volume-7 Issued-3

This paper provides a comparison of the intended curriculum between Australia and China and discusses the rationale to understand the differences and similarities of two systems. Documents review was used as the research method to analysis the common trends in reform in mathematics curricula, a rationale for mathematics curricula, objectives of mathematics curricula, key content […]

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June 26, 2021
2021 Volume-7 Issued-2

In recent years, after the “Egyptian June 30th Revolution” in 2013, and the removal of “Muslim Brotherhood regime”, with the new coming leadership of the President “Abdel Fattah El-Sisi” who has adopted a new Egypt's strategy, which called “East Orientation to China” in front of the American and Western intervention against the political change in […]

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March 26, 2021
2021 Volume-7 Issued-1

Universities have established the need for digital literacies as key graduate outcomes and must support students’ development in these areas. In an era of widening participation, it is erroneous to assume all students will enter the sector with the technological skills required to support their studies. While some may be skilled technology users, many will […]

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December 26, 2020
2020 Volume-6 Issued-4

The purpose of this paper is to explain the essential principles and requirements for writing a good academic paper. As an editor of the Journal of Aussie-Sino Studies, based on his own experience of writing, teaching, and editing academic papers, the author suggested that an academic paper is basically an argument that tries to persuade […]

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September 26, 2020
2020 Volume-6 Issued-3

This issue of the JASS includes many great articles in various disciplines including, Effective ESL Teaching Using Culturally Relevant Materials by Weili Xu & Ross Colguhoun, Fostering Intercultural Competence in College Language Classrooms by Zhou Weijie, A Study on Cultivation of “Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation” Ability of Business English Majors by Xiao Tielei & Zhong […]

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