Chinese lawmakers' proposal triggers row, proposal aims to prome Chinese culture
Chinese lawmakers have triggered a controversy in the East Asian country. The proposal aims to reduce the amount of time spent studying English by students.
My condolences to the millions of Asians who lost their identities and cultures due to deliberate Chinese cultural thefts
English and the big languages that most people speak are of course important to learn, but there's nothing wrong with putting extra weight on a native language to preserve and bolster it in a country. Western leaders could learn a lot from that, in countries where minorities and random languages that has very little to do with the country almost seems valued higher than the native language, breaking up the culture and increasing misunderstanding.
I was going to learn Mandarin after my German lessons were over but if they don't want to talk to me I don't want to talk to them.
This will only hurt students who want to learn the skills they'll need if they want to be on the international stage!
This will affect international students and will gradually decreased international students choosing Chinese University
Culture aswell as language is important. To isolate and cut people off from being able to explore the world, is only incentive to not work hard, as u wont be able to experience travel , experince of meeting other coultures and countries. A holiday is incentive to work and save. Also experience is on hand lesrning, makes one less ignorant , and proud of ones own culture.
We need this laws in India as well . I'll definitely gonna support if India gov come up with similar laws .
They ll need lots of translators in coming yrs !
Pakistanis would be happy ho they will get work as translators many r learning Mandarin & given themselves a chinese name too..but the chinese may or may not need translators those jobs might be automated
I am sure they will have robots for that.
Unlike the ancient Indian culture dest yed by countless empires and western pirates, the Chinese culture has continued to this day.
For example, Japan, South Korea and India worship and are infatuated with the West. To be sure, this country has no future and is still a semi colony.
All nations should take such bold steps
After re-writting its own story, Chinese re gie now attempts to also rewrite the history of Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Mysia, the Philipes
and the South China Sea.
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Ask them about india, it would be hilarious. They think Indian myth and God are copied Frome there Myths
China own South China sea hence it's called South CHINA sea
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Now they can’t call is stupid for only knowing ONE language . Hypocrites!!
This seems wise.
The also need to teach Cantonese as well. We cannot let the Cantonese die.
Then they won’t be coming to America for school no more
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of course, English is the new Biblical language after all
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I LOVE CHINA, CHINESE
Chinese go nment is smart.
They see western English speaking countries go to shit, compared France/Germany.
This is the best law ever from China english dominance must be crushed . people are changing into western culture in India Japan Korea indonesia and other Asian countries.
Great,the Chinese starting to isolation again remember when the Qing did it another century of humiliation waiting for them
I think that is good for the world. Let them do their thing and be like how Japan was and now its economy is dying because their citizens cannot provide value to the English speaking countries.
It's sad that India is still speaking colonizer's language
Good for chinese for nationalism
Slave will always be a sl ve,speak louder about their nationalism,but no act for it
breathe won't expect a thank whether first or last
Any video from UKis biased. So ...it is all nonsense. It is OK for each country to decide on what they want to study
In my country we speak n write three languages. English. Mandrian n our national language.