China makes inroads in boosting Mandarin instruction in Pakistan

08/19/2013 | China Daily (Beijing)

China is preparing to open a second Confucius Institute in Pakistan -- part of its efforts to train 1,000 additional Mandarin teachers to meet a growing demand for language lessons in the country. Supporters of the initiative say such language lessons are important to help facilitate the growing Chinese influence on Pakistan's economy.

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