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Thursday, 23 January, 2020


Facts About China:
 
Natural Disasters
In 1976 an earthquake in Tangshan claimed the lives of around six hundred and fifty thousand people.

An earthquake at Yunnan killed over three hundred people and injured many thousands in February 1996. Less than a year later, a quake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale left 44,000 people homeless in Zhangbei (150 miles from Beijing), over fifty people dead and many thousands injured.

At the beginning of 2008 China experienced some of the worst snow storms for fifty years.

 

Education

English is considered the universal language. It is the language of global business, which to a rapidly transforming country like China, translates to success. Students begin learning English early, sometimes even before they begin primary school. Parents see English as a tool that will take their children to places they could only dream.

Use English through English camps, visiting English Corners, teaching conversational English in public schools, universities, private language schools and businesses. Universities are always open to accepting exchange teachers to instruct on other subjects such as business and law.


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