There is a paradox here in that it is difficult for Mandarin Chinese learning in schools to become that mainstream as ironically the need for children to learn Mandarin Chinese is because there is a cultural divide which in turn makes arranging for Chinese lessons not that easy but...
- more and more schools are understanding that the challenges can be over come
- once established Chinese within the curriculum is usually a success because it is a cool language to learn and the difference between Chinese and English makes learning
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