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Then, expecting to hire qualified foreign English teachers is impossible when there is also a lack of qualified English teachers in the IC countries. As a matter of fact, these well qualified domestic or foreign educators mostly have jobs at top-notch higher educational institutes or affluent areas as keenly pointed out in case of China (Qiang &Wolf, 2007). Therefore, the issue of qualification matters to both hosting and foreign teachers. Moreover, the issue of native and nonnative teachers of English is more than the issue of proficiency or teaching qualification and actually behooves us to go deeper why such confrontations and misunderstanding occur.

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