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China to cultivate more non-common language speakers



China will come up with a three-year work plan on overseas studies in 2015, aiming to cultivate more non-common language speakers, said Minister of Education Yuan Guiren.

The country will focus on training talents who work in cutting-edge fields, international organizations and regional studies as well as young people who come toChina.

Yuan said the ministry will select students that show the most potential and fund them to study overseas.

According to the ministry,Chinahas established diplomatic relations with 172 countries involving 88 non-common languages, while Chinese universities only offer courses for about 60.

Moreover, there are not many Chinese employees in international organizations -- such as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization and the World Bank -- althoughChinaplays an important role in these institutions.


Source: China Daily
Published: 3 February 2015

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