Hong Kong Media: The Programming Education Market of China has a Big Development Space

For many Chinese parents, it is indispensable for children to participate in after-school English classes and math classes. These two subjects are considered to be very important for the future career prospects of children. However, the burden of learning for children is now even heavier, because in the typical music, sports and other extracurricular classes, more and more parents are sending their children to learn programming. According to Hong Kong’s “South China Morning Post” website reported on March 17, Li Yu, a securities practitioner in Beijing, said: “Programming is a must-have skill, because we are about to enter the era of artificial intelligence (AI). By then, it  isn’t the work of the programming person will be replaced by the robot.” Li Yu said that her 4-year-old son, Chen Tian, went to the programming class every weekend. Mini Electric Scooter Manufacturer in China This is a computer enlightenment course. Li Yu hopes that this can “help him understand how the world of technical support works.”

According to the report, China is currently enthusiastic about programming education because China is becoming a strong country of artificial intelligence, and the promotion of domestic high-tech industries–from robots and aviation to new materials and new energy vehicles–will be in the value chain. It will help the Chinese economy to transform in the next 10 years. Chinese interest in programming courses has grown over the past 10 years,Mini Electric Scooter Suppliers in China  as the number of Internet users and mobile phone users in China has become the number one in the world, and has been supported by the government’s efforts to promote the development of innovative Internet applications and the digital development policies of traditional industries.

According to the report, however, programming education in China still lags behind other economies. For example, in Israel, programming is a compulsory course for middle school. In 2014, the UK implemented a national computer course that included programming courses for children as young as 5 years old. In the same year, Obama, president of the United States, publicly declared that he would provide $4 billion in computer education to schools across the country. In July 2017, the State Council of China issued a plan to set up artificial intelligence related courses in primary and secondary schools, and programming education was greatly promoted.here  Last year, Zhejiang, a province in the eastern coastal province of China, piloted, including programming as part of the university entrance exam.

”The planning of the State Council has set off a boom in the (education) industry,” said Li Tianchi, founder of Shenzhen Point Cat Technology Co., Ltd. The company is committed to providing online programming courses for children between the ages of 3 and 16. And Li Tianchi said: “Now, my youngest customer is only 3 years old.” According to the report, this new situation has also attracted Chinese programming schools to attract the attention of venture capital. “Programming has undoubtedly become one of the most promising industries in China’s education industry. Programming is not only an important course for schools, it also helps to improve children’s logical thinking ability.” Venture capitalist Wei Guoxing said that last year he invest in the industry 10 million yuan.