After the outbreak of the Wuhan virus, the Republic of China and Taiwan will be able to sail successfully in the new Indo-Pacific strategy. Since July and August, it has been rumored in Inner Mongolia that the primary and junior high schools in the local ethnic language will use the nationally-edited "Chinese" textbook, and the politics and history courses will also be taught in Chinese, which has aroused strong local response. . Many Mongolian teachers and parents of students expressed their dissatisfaction on social networking sites, and scholars in Mongolian language and culture also expressed their views, pointing out problems with the new policy.
These critical voices have aroused the alarm telemarketing list and suppression of the Chinese authorities. Many local teachers and parents were warned by the authorities to be cautious. Some people expressed dissatisfaction in the WeChat group, and the group owner was quickly taken away by the police. On August 23, the only Mongolian social networking platform in China, "Bainu" (Mongolian "How are you"), was blocked. Professor Qimude Dorji, vice president of Inner Mongolia University, euphemistically pointed out that the existing ethnic language education was improperly modified, and videos that were not conducive to ethnic unity were also blocked. widespread dissatisfaction According to the videos and news spread on WeChat, recently in Zalut Banner, Tongliao, Inner.
Mongolia, some parents refused to bring their children to report to the Mongolian language school in protest. Some parents wanted to take their children home after hearing the news that the school would teach in Chinese. But the school does not let people go. In the middle school attached to Inner Mongolia Normal University in Hohhot, many freshmen did not report to school after school. Some parents protested at the school gate and were brutally interfered by the police. So far, the government has not officially announced the specific implementation plan for the use of the unified "Chinese" textbook among primary and junior high school freshmen in Inner Mongolia. However, the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region held a press conference on ethnic education on August 29.