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In this paper we discuss cultural issues encountered while offering an Algorithms course from a US university at a Chinese university using Tutored Video Instruction (TVI). TVI is a distance learning methodology where lectures are recorded at one site and then shown to a group of students at a remote site by Teaching Assistants (TAs) who stop the video periodically for questions and discussion. In conducting this cross-cultural class, we were interested in determining if we could overcome thedoi:10.1145/1352135.1352157 dblp:conf/sigcse/LinnellAP08 fatcat:5tw4xusrefhkbnfh6tz7325y5y