Fwd: Chinese Language Opportunity

From: lindel
Sent on: Thursday, January 5, 2012 4:02 PM

Those of you interested in studying Chinese in the DC area might want to complete this survey.

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From: Sigur Center for Asian Studies <[address removed]>
Date: January 5,[masked]:50:25 PM EST
To: [address removed]
Subject: Chinese Language Opportunity
Reply-To: [address removed]

The Sigur Center for Asian Studies

Dear Friends,


GWU is in the process of applying for the establishment of a "Confucius Institute" to increase opportunities for Chinese language learning in the DC area. While most of the 60 Confucius Institutes established in the U.S. partner with elementary or secondary schools to achieve this purpose, the GWU Confucius Institute proposes to focus on providing inexpensive Chinese language instruction that would be particularly targeted at graduate students and area professionals (in government, business, the policy community, etc.).  These language courses would be non-credit courses with a nominal fee, and would be offered in the evenings or on weekends.   

This message includes a survey that attempts to gauge the level of interest in this initiative.  If you might be interested in taking Chinese language classes under this program, we would appreciate it if you would fill out the survey.  (And please pass this message along to anyone else you know who might be interested).

Thank you,
Sigur Center for Asian Studies

George Washington University

1957 E St. NW, Suite 503

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