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More Indian students interested in learning Chinese

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New Delhi, India - Oct 8, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University, walking to teaching building
2. Banner reading (English, Hindi) "School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies"
3. Aditya going upstairs
4. Aditya studying
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"It's a very right choice [of learning Chinese], because during that process, I've learned a lot of new knowledge, and made many new friends. As a saying goes, fluent Mandarin helps us make friends across the world. With a large population, China has a big influence in the world. So if you're able to speak Chinese, you have many opportunities and advantages in various aspects."
6. Aditya walking out of teaching building
7. Various of Aditya studying
8.SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"There were 21 freshmen in my class when I first learned Chinese. Now I sometimes teach freshmen Chinese for my supervisor, and there are more than 50 students learning it."
9. Aditya teaching Chinese at class
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"If the two countries work together for more cooperation, I think it's conducive to the two peoples and to the world."
11. Various of pictures showing Aditya attending Chinese-speaking activities

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A growing number of Indian students have begun to study Chinese in recent years, thanks to the improving relations between the two most populous countries in the world.

Aditya Kumar Pandey, a doctoral student in Chinese language at Jawaharlal Nehru University, is one of those who become increasingly fond of the language.

Learning Chinese in 2010, he thinks the language is a good tool to help learners have a good development platform as China has played a bigger and bigger role in the international community.

"It's a very right choice [of learning Chinese], because during that process, I've learned a lot of new knowledge, and made many new friends. As a saying goes, fluent Mandarin helps us make friends across the world. With a large population, China has a big influence in the world. So if you're able to speak Chinese, you have many opportunities and advantages in various aspects," he said.

According to Aditya, there are more and more students interested in Chinese.

"There were 21 freshmen in my class when I first learned Chinese. Now I sometimes teach freshmen Chinese for my supervisor, and there are more than 50 students learning Chinese," said Aditya.

He said China has gained tremendous development over the past 70 years, which has amazed the world, including his country.

As next year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations, he hopes the two countries can take advantage of the occassion to deepen mutual understanding, so as to jointly enjoy faster development.

"If the two countries work together for more cooperation, I think it's conducive to the two peoples and to the world," he said.

At the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nepali President Bidhya Devi Bandari, Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the second informal meeting with Modi and pay a state visit to Nepal from Oct. 11 to 13, according to China's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.

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  • Published : 2019-10-10 11:19
  • Last Modified : 2019-10-10 22:43:47
  • Location : India
  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
  • Duration : 1'58
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
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  • Location : Нью-Дели,Индия
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  • Duration : 1'58
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  • Category : arts, culture and entertainment
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India-Chinese Learner

More Indian students interested in learning Chinese

Dateline : Oct 8, 2019

Location : India

Duration : 1'58

  • English
  • Pусский
  • Español
  • Deutsch


New Delhi, India - Oct 8, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University, walking to teaching building
2. Banner reading (English, Hindi) "School of Language, Literature and Culture Studies"
3. Aditya going upstairs
4. Aditya studying
5. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"It's a very right choice [of learning Chinese], because during that process, I've learned a lot of new knowledge, and made many new friends. As a saying goes, fluent Mandarin helps us make friends across the world. With a large population, China has a big influence in the world. So if you're able to speak Chinese, you have many opportunities and advantages in various aspects."
6. Aditya walking out of teaching building
7. Various of Aditya studying
8.SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"There were 21 freshmen in my class when I first learned Chinese. Now I sometimes teach freshmen Chinese for my supervisor, and there are more than 50 students learning it."
9. Aditya teaching Chinese at class
10. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Aditya Kumar Pandey, doctoral student in Chinese language, Jawaharlal Nehru University:
"If the two countries work together for more cooperation, I think it's conducive to the two peoples and to the world."
11. Various of pictures showing Aditya attending Chinese-speaking activities


A growing number of Indian students have begun to study Chinese in recent years, thanks to the improving relations between the two most populous countries in the world.

Aditya Kumar Pandey, a doctoral student in Chinese language at Jawaharlal Nehru University, is one of those who become increasingly fond of the language.

Learning Chinese in 2010, he thinks the language is a good tool to help learners have a good development platform as China has played a bigger and bigger role in the international community.

"It's a very right choice [of learning Chinese], because during that process, I've learned a lot of new knowledge, and made many new friends. As a saying goes, fluent Mandarin helps us make friends across the world. With a large population, China has a big influence in the world. So if you're able to speak Chinese, you have many opportunities and advantages in various aspects," he said.

According to Aditya, there are more and more students interested in Chinese.

"There were 21 freshmen in my class when I first learned Chinese. Now I sometimes teach freshmen Chinese for my supervisor, and there are more than 50 students learning Chinese," said Aditya.

He said China has gained tremendous development over the past 70 years, which has amazed the world, including his country.

As next year marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of bilateral diplomatic relations, he hopes the two countries can take advantage of the occassion to deepen mutual understanding, so as to jointly enjoy faster development.

"If the two countries work together for more cooperation, I think it's conducive to the two peoples and to the world," he said.

At the invitation of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Nepali President Bidhya Devi Bandari, Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the second informal meeting with Modi and pay a state visit to Nepal from Oct. 11 to 13, according to China's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.

ID : 8123977

Published : 2019-10-10 11:19

Last Modified : 2019-10-10 22:43:47

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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