Senegalese students, teachers to visit China

17:06, July 12, 2011      

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A team of 20 Senegalese students and 10 teachers from Dakar Senior Institute of Management (ISM) will on Friday leave for a two-week visit to China, official sources have told Xinhua.

In China, the Senegalese students and teachers will visit two big cities of Beijing and Tianjin, in addition to cultural sites and economic development zones.

Exchanges with Chinese students and presentation of cultural songs are also on the agenda of the Senegalese delegation.

The trip by the Senegalese students and teachers was initiated by the China Radio International (CRI), the Beijing Center for International Exchanges on Education and the Dakar Senior Institute of Managament.

The visit was formerly unveiled recently by Chinese Ambassador to Dakar Gong Yuanxing.

ISM offers Chinese language classes being attended by more than 300 students.

The institute also has a Chinese club which organizes a Chinese Cultural Day every year.

Source: Xinhua
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