St John's Traditional Mandarin Chinese Club

at , St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1A 2Z5 Canada

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St John's Traditional Mandarin Chinese Club

St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador , NL A1A 2Z5
Canada
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Summer Mandarin Group Lesson 中文課程夏季班 June ~ Mid August (10 Lessons) 六月至八月中 Class Time: 8 ~ 9:30 PM Wednesday (time can be adjusted to match the majority's preference) 時間:晚上八點至九點半 (星期一或星期三)

Published on 2015-05-18 15:23:41 GMT

Chinese is the language of communication of approximately one quarter of the world’s population. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations. Amongst the many spoken varieties of the language, Mandarin/Putonghua, or Modern Standard Chinese, is pre-eminent. The ability to communicate in Chinese contributes significantly to the socio-cultural and economic understanding between Canada and Chinese-speaking countries and enables students to gain insights into the contributions that have been made by Chinese-speaking communities to Canadian, and indeed to global, society. The study of Chinese provides students with opportunities for continued learning and for future employment and experience, both domestically and internationally, in areas such as public relations, commerce, hospitality, education, marketing, international relations, media and tourism.

Published on 2015-05-07 16:12:58 GMT

Chinese is the language of communication of approximately one quarter of the world’s population. It is one of the official languages of the United Nations. Amongst the many spoken varieties of the language, Mandarin/Putonghua, or Modern Standard Chinese, is pre-eminent. The ability to communicate in Chinese contributes significantly to the socio-cultural and economic understanding between Canada and Chinese-speaking countries and enables students to gain insights into the contributions that have been made by Chinese-speaking communities to Canadian, and indeed to global, society. The study of Chinese provides students with opportunities for continued learning and for future employment and experience, both domestically and internationally, in areas such as public relations, commerce, hospitality, education, marketing, international relations, media and tourism.

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