Chinese whispers as lingua franca

China’s economic power is changing attitudes to Mandarin in southeast Asia, but while the number of learners is growing, English retains its dominance in the region, for now, reports John Aglionby. This article looks at some of the reasons for the continued importance of English in south east Asia and at the local varieties of English in the region. Read the whole article…

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