China’s minorities learn a difficult language lesson

As China’s planners roll out a bilingual English-Putonghua (standard Chinese) education policy across their vast country, the impact it is having in remote minority-language-speaking communities is being overlooked, says Anwei Feng. Guardian Weekly, Friday 11 February 2005. Read more..

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