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Title: China's Confucius Institute Project: language and soft power in world politics
Authors: Gil, Jeffrey Allan
Keywords: China
Language
Language learning
Confucius Institute
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Common Ground
Citation: Gil, J.A., 2009. China's Confucius Institute Project: language and soft power in world politics. The Global Studies Journal, 2(1), 59-72.
Abstract: The Chinese language is an important source of soft power, and China conducts various activities to promote Chinese language learning throughout the world, the main one being the establishment of Chinese language and cultural institutions known as Confucius Institutes. This paper provides an overview of this aspect of China's soft power strategy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/26263
ISSN: 1835-4432
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