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Li, Sh.-Q. 2006. Practice makes perfect: A key belief in China. In F. K. S. Leung, K. D. Graf, and F. J. Lopez-Real, eds., Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparative Study of East Asia and the West. New York: Springer.

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References RECENT RESEARCH ARTICLES ON EDuCATION IN CHINA An, S. 2000. Globalization of education in China. International Journal of Education Reform 9:128–133. An, S. 2008. Outsiders’ view on Chinese mathematics education: A case study on U.S. teach- ers’ experience in China. Journal of Mathematics Education 1:1–27. An, S., G. Kulm, and Z. Wu. 2004. The pedagogical content knowledge of middle school mathematics teachers in China and the U.S. Journal of Mathematics Teacher Education 7:145–172. Arcavi, A., and A. Schoenfeld. 2008. Using the unfamiliar to problematize the familiar: The case of mathematics teacher in-service education. Canadian Journal of Science, Math- ematics and Technology Education 8(3):280–295. Cai, J., and V. Cifarelli. 2004. Thinking mathematically by Chinese learners: A cross-national comparative perspective. In L. Fan, N-Y. Wong, J. Cai, and S. Li, eds., How Chinese Learn Mathematics: Perspecties from Insiders. Singapore: World Scientific Publishers. Cai, J., and B. Nie. 2007. Problem solving in Chinese mathematics education: Research and practices. Zentralblatt fuer Didaktik der Mathematik (International Journal on Mathemat- ics Education) 39:459–475. Fang, Y., and L. Paine. 2000. Challenges and dilemmas in a period of reform: Preservice math- ematics teacher education in Shanghai, China. The Mathematics Educator 5:32–67. Li, Sh.-Q. 2006. Practice makes perfect: A key belief in China. In F. K. S. Leung, K. D. Graf, and F. J. Lopez-Real, eds., Mathematics Education in Different Cultural Traditions: A Comparatie Study of East Asia and the West. New York: Springer. National Research Council. 2003. Understanding Others, Educating Ourselves: Getting More from International Comparative Studies in Education. C. Chabbott and E. J. Elliott, eds. Committee on a Framework and Long-term Research Agenda for Interna- tional Comparative Education Studies. 

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