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Chinese language school opens in Kyrgyz capital

Xinhua | Updated: 2016-11-17 09:56

BISHKEK - A Chinese language school named "Bilim Export" founded by Kyrgyz people who were educated in China has opened here in Kyrgyzstan's capital, one of the founders and the director of the school Daniar Abdykadyrov told Xinhua Wednesday.

"I studied in China for two years to receive my master's degree and after graduation, for three years I worked at the same university," Abdykadyrov said.

"Therefore I always wanted to open a local Chinese school in which Kyrgyz students can receive quality education like in China," he said.

The main purpose of the school is to teach the Chinese language and culture and to give Kyrgyz students the opportunity to go to China for free education.

"We also conclude agreements with various Chinese universities so that our students can study in China free of charge," he said.

Abdykadyrov also said that they plan to open Chinese language schools in other regions in spring next year.

"Our teachers are former Kyrgyz students who have studied and lived in China for seven to ten years. We also have our Chinese friends, native speakers, who help us in talking clubs," he said.

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