This article explores the possibilities for developing inquiry-oriented, analytically enskilling global/local pedagogies by examining evidence of the formal and informal learning experiences of international students from the People’s Republic of China who studied at Australian
universities. It presents a summary overview of data from interviews with some 120 international students, along with a series of pen pictures of selected students’ perspectives.
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