A documentary about Li Yang, who tries to teach large numbers of Chinese to speak English, using unusual methods. He holds motivational rallies, where he gets the crowd to shout out English…See full summary
A documentary about Li Yang, who tries to teach large numbers of Chinese to speak English, using unusual methods. He holds motivational rallies, where he gets the crowd to shout out English phrases, in order to instill confidence, and tells them not to be afraid of losing face. His goal is to increase Chinese trade, and export Chinese culture, to the main world markets: North America, Japan, and Europe. After the rally, they can continue their English lessons using his taped courses.Written byWill Gilbert
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Just like any typical Chinese documentary of success stories, this film did not gave the detailed description on Mr. Li Yangs failure in his early years: the reason of his successful learning technique was created was because he failed university English exams repeatedly.The translation of the title of this film is not appropriate either: instead of crazy, the translation should be: Mad English instead, because in his technique, Mr. Li emphasized speaking English madly, everywhere and every moment. Mad refers to enthusiasm instead of insanity.
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