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Chinese Language

What is Chinese Language?
Mandarin, the most popular Chinese language has a history dating back to over 3 000 years. This language is one of the six official languages of the United Nations. Study shows that nearly 1.28 billion people speak Chinese as a first language. That is nearly one-fifth of the world’s population! 
Today, many people wish to learn this language for business, political and educational purposes. Chinese universities and colleges offer Chinese language programs to international students. These courses can last from 4 weeks to 1 year depending on the desired level of study and are typically inexpensive.
Why study Chinese Language in China?
China is a fast emerging super power. As the world’s second largest economy, it dominates in business, technology, and education. Anybody wishing to benefit from China through, business, trade or cooperation will find it necessary to learn the language in order to negotiate and interact with ease. If you want to be fluent in any language it is obviously best to learn from a native speaker. Chinese universities and colleges providing Chinese language courses, ensure that the teachers conducting classes are conversant in both languages.

What are the Benefits of Studying Chinese Language in China?
These acquired linguistic can be used for multiple purposes, you might find yourself traveling across the globe translating for a governmental delegation or conversing with business partners.
While studying in China, you will also have an opportunity to meet and interact with a variety of Chinese people and people from other nations too. You will gain many friends, acquaintances, and links along the way. This will give you a chance to not only learn the language but the cultures and customs of the country too. 
China is a diverse country offering a wealth of experience in both education and enjoyment. There are numerous activities to participate in, ranging from adventure to relaxation. As one of the most desirable tourist destinations, China has many cultural heritage sites, beautiful scenic areas, artifacts and cultural exhibitions from which you can learn more about the deep-rooted culture of the Chinese people.

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