Britain v China
In the red corner, representing hard work and self-discipline - China
A day in the life of a Chinese student. 
In the blue corner, cheering on child-centred learning and self-discovery - Britain.
Chinese teachers tried their ultra-strict 12-hour day on our schoolchildren. 
Your referee tonight is John V Asia teacher, read the link rules, break when I say - Box!
China comes out quickly and launches a series of "All that for the gaeko and the entrance to some of the best universities
" punches at their opponent, but Britain blocks them with "[…] a girl leaves the classroom in tears after learning that singer Zayn Malik has left the boy band One Direction.
It’s evenly matched, but suddenly Britain lands an upper right with "Josh, aged 14, declares the school has
'breached his human rights
' by expecting him to work for 12 hours without a cuppa
[…]", which sends China reeling against the ropes, but manages to recover just before the bell at the end of the first round with a devastating "Success is important in a fast growing country like China and getting to the best university means an easier life.
The referee stops the fight after hearing that "British universities have been accused of "dumbing down" degrees to get more students graduating with top class honours
The results of the competing education systems will be announced in twenty years time.
References: A day in the life of a Chinese student Chinese teachers tried their ultra-stict 12-hour day on our school children  British universities have been accuse of dumbing down degrees
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