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Pertandingan Mencipta Lagu Korporat Anjuran
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Yungang Grottoes in Shanxi
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Located on the southern ridge of Wuzhou Mountain, 16 km away form Datong City in north China's Shanxi Province, Yungang Grottoes was firstly chiseled in the second year of the Northern Wei dynasty, or 453 AD and most of the work was finished before Northern Wei moved its court to Luoyang City in 494 AD. However, the endeavors of building it lasted until the Zhengguang Years from 520 AD to 525 AD. The caves are chiseled against the mountain, extending

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Lijiang of Yunnan
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Covering an area of 20,600 square km, Lijiang is located in northwest Yunnan Province. Its capital in Lijiang County is 527 km away from the city of Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province. Lijiang has a large area of mountains, accounting for 95 percent of the total area. Because of its position on a plateau, Lijiang boasts strong sunlight. Its average altitude is 2,400 meters and only 5 percent of its territory consists of plains. Two great mountain

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Mid-Autumn Festival
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1st China Film Festival
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The 2012 China Film Festival will be organised by the Kong Zi Institute for The Teaching of Chinese Language from 23rd, 24th, 29th - 31st Oct 2012 in University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. Location Map Ocean Heaven Screening Date 23 October 2012 6PM - 8PM / 8PM - 10PM Wang Xincheng, an ordinary staff member in the Ocean Park, led a poor life along with his autistic son Dafu. on hearing his incurable disease, Wang did all he could to make future arrangement

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Chinese New Year
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Chinese New Year 2013 is very important to the people of China and it will be one of the most important holidays that are noted on the Chinese calendar. Chinese New Year is what marks the end of the winter season. It ends with the traditional Lantern Festival. CNY 2013 will be celebrated by many different countries and areas aside from China itself including: Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, as well as many other

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Experiencing the HSK and Opportunities to Study in China
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Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters will launch an activity taking place from November 20th to December 20th, allowing participants to experience the online HSK test and receive an opportunity to attend a spring camp in China. The activity was jointly planned and carried out by Confucius Institute Online (www.chinese.cn) and from the Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters. More information can be found on the official website: http://ehsk.chinese.cn/ehsk/2010.

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A More Affordable Way to Learn Chinese
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PUTRAJAYA: Those who wish to learn Chinese will soon find another good and more affordable option. The lessons will be provided by the Kong Zi Institute, a non-profit establishment, initiated by the Chinese government. Deputy Higher Education Minis-ter Dr Hou Kok Chung said the institute would be set up in Universiti Malaya (UM) with the help of Beijing Foreign Studies University. China’s Deputy Education Minister Hao Ping and Dr Hou will witness

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Malay Study Centre In Chinese University Enhancing Cooperation
Malay Study Centre In Chinese University Enhancing Cooperation

KUALA LUMPUR, April 27 (Bernama) — A Malay study centre, set up at the Beijing Foreign Studies University in 2005, is enhancing cooperation in higher education between China and Malaysia. Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao is happy to note that University of Malaya (UM), on its part, has established the Institute of China Studies and Kong Zi Institute which promotes the development of Chinese language education amongst the Malaysian public. “Education

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A New Status for Chinese
A New Status for Chinese

I often take a long pause when I am asked about what I do in Beijing, especially if the person is from Malaysia. For the last two decades, more than 90% of Chinese Malaysian families send their children to vernacular primary schools. Those who do not read and write some basic Chinese are clearly the minority these days. So when I say I am learning Hanyu (the Chinese language) here in the Chinese capital, I see baffled expressions. To them, it seems

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