This article provides an overview of diverse Chinese HCI activities. This may appear to be a description of an elephant by a blind person, but nevertheless, pao zhuan yin yu (throw brick attract jade)—I toss something out there to entice others to contribute. Some speculate the 21st century will be the Chinese Century—not only because China is the world’s most populous country and hence has a competitive advantage in terms of market size, but also because Chinese educational practices and ways of thinking will be influential on a global scale. Here, Chinese is defined as something of, from, or related…
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