英文谷歌翻译如下：The English Google translation is as follows:
A foreigner friend asked me, is there the easiest way to see the changes in Chinese society the most profoundly?
I said yes. Just look at the changes in the ranking of Chinese educational entrepreneurs.
Not a joke. The change of the richest man in the education industry can't be more perfect interpretation of China's education needs and the deep social changes behind these years.
More than a decade ago, the richest person in China's education industry was Yu Minhong, whose New Oriental trained people in English. At that time, opening to the outside world and globalization were in the ascendant, and English ability was the core competence (one of) for talent competition.
Five years ago, Zhang Bangxin replaced him and became the richest man in the education industry. His Xueersi helped Chinese children get a good test score and eventually go to a good school. This basically fell back to the imperial examination requirements.
Two years ago, Zhang Bangxin was greatly surpassed by Li Yongxin of Zhong Gong Education. In the internal papers, purely taking an exam or going to a good university may not solve the problem fundamentally. The training of civil servants has become the most sought-after path to the ultimate career solution.
Educational needs reflect the ultimate demands and whereabouts of an ethnic group. Nothing can reveal a social change more profoundly than this.
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