“The impact of English on Chinese mainland” as discussed by Zhang Ming-Jian covers the historical, educational and political dimensions of the impact. He has mentioned that historically there was some repulsion from the people of China for the English language. The effect of globalization was extended to China as well and English was incorporated as an important part of the society. At present, even the policy-making procedures of the Chinese government involve and revolve around English (Bloom, 2014). The writer has fully explained how the English language was present in China but it was sporadic. With the changes in the rulers and dynasty of the area, along with the World wars, English emerged as an important factor of development. English was also important from the education point of view. Many off-campus English language schools were also an important factor that led to the increased demand of English among students and teachers. There is a strong evidence that political influence led English to become important in China.