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Young Sinologist program begins in Beijing

2014-07-03 13:53:14



Ding Wei, vice-minister of Ministry of Culture, and Li Yang, vice-president of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences took photos with young sinologists and representatives of related institutions. [photo/]

The program is on its initial leg and aims at helping young foreign sinologists to learn and to study more about China in a much deeper and objective way. The young scholars will also be able to establish connections with Chinese sinologists and various institutions for their continued academic research.

The second session will be held from September 2 - 24 in Beijing. For the program’s next phase, 40 young sinologists from all over the world will come to China to take part in the academic exercise.

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