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  1. Similarly, I strongly encourage the use of Facebook and any other social network sites to foster engagement and positive social interaction within the student learning body in any country. However, the ban on Facebook by China does not surprise me at all because China is not an opened society like the United States, but at the same time we cannot blame China for banning FB over there. We must respect other countries’ beliefs, faiths and creeds on a cross-cultural standpoint, for all countries around the world cannot like America. This country is unique in the way they have come to open the America to others. This is the American exceptionalism and we must deal with it to continue to enlighten others.

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I too think that Facebook is great to foster engagement in the classroom. However I do see where there can be set backs. My use of China’s ban on it was just one example of that. I do not blame them at all because in some instances social networking sites can cause more harm than good. I think it is a matter of how each individual uses it, and that’s where the problems come in.

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