29.05.2017 | 
Education
INTEREST TOWARDS CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE GROWS
INTEREST TOWARDS CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE GROWS
Students of the Centre for Chinese Language and Culture of YSU Faculty of International Relations received certificates today.

Centre for Chinese Language and Culture of YSU Faculty of International Relations started to conduct courses in 2015. Here students study Chinese language along with rich cultural values and traditions of this ancient nation.

Director of the above mentioned Centre, Associate Professor at the Chair of Diplomatic Service and Communication of the Faculty of International Relations welcomed the guests and presented the activities and mission of this structure.

“Our center provides with the opportunity to continue education in China all those interested in the linguistic and cultural peculiarities of this people. Right now, one of our alumni studies at one of the universities of Beijing, for which we are very proud,” - said Arthur Israelyan.

Graduates, who, by the way, do not represent YSU, expressed gratitude in Armenian and Chinese languages tutors of this Centre Lilit Hakobyan and Asia Samvelyan for their great mission of teacher.

“Chinese language and generally everything related to Chinese culture, is very interesting to me. I am glad that I chose this Centre as lecturers, indeed, gave us fundamental knowledge,” - says a student at the American University of Armenia, one of the graduates Lusine Mkrtchyan.

Then the director of the Centre handed certificates alumni and lecturers.

Soon, the subject “Regional Geography” will be included in the curriculum of the Centre. Students will be introduced to China’s domestic and foreign policy, its regions and economy.

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