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Language courses to promote friendship

Shayal Devi
Wednesday, May 21, 2014

THE launch of Chinese language courses at Lautoka Zhonghua School last week will further enhance bilateral cultural and educational exchanges.

Chinese ambassador Huang Yong said this would promote friendship between Fiji and China and contributed significantly to the diversified development of the school.

"Being established in 1930, Lautoka Zhonghua School is one that enjoys the longest history," he said.

"When I came to attend the annual awarding ceremony of Lautoka Zhonghua School for the first time in November 2012, I noticed that there were no Chinese courses taught due to various reasons.

"Ever since then, my fellow colleagues at the Chinese Embassy and I have never stopped our efforts."








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