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Standard on Chinese language for education published
China Standardization 2023-05-30

On the 14th UN Chinese Language Day, the launching ceremony of 2023 International Chinese Language Day was held at the Center for Language Education and Cooperation of Ministry of Education on April 20.

During the ceremony, the “China-Gulf Cooperation Council Bilingual Library for Cultural and Educational Exchanges and Mutual Learning among Civilizations” project was launched, and the Chinese Proficiency Standards for Vocational Education was published.

Developed by the Center for Language Education and Cooperation of Ministry of Education, the standard includes four main parts, including occupation scope, terms and definitions, grade and competence description, vocational communication strategies and cultural awareness. It delineates the application ability and level of Chinese for second language learners in specific occupational areas and tasks, and focuses on skilled and service fields.

The standard supports the simultaneous cultivation of language ability and vocational skills, and realizes the effective connection between language standards and vocational skill standards. It helps vocational Chinese learners to establish practical and well-directed learning targets. Also, it provides normative reference for teachers in the whole process of vocational education, which facilitates systematical vocational Chinese teaching.

China will vigorously support Chinese language education internationally, improve the school running system, strengthen the construction of basic resources, and further promote language and cultural exchanges and cooperation between China and other countries, said Wu Yan, Vice Minister of Education.

With the deepening exchanges, Chinese language is becoming more popular in Indonesia, and many Indonesian schools have introduced Chinese courses. Djauhari Oratmangun, Indonesian Ambassador to China, stressed that the Chinese language has increasingly served as a bond connecting China with the world, especially Indonesia.

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