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Confucius Institutes to introduce story of China's good Samaritan

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20:14, December 12, 2011

BEIJING, Dec. 12 (Xinhua) -- Next year, Confucius Institutes across the world will introduce a Chinese language learning program based on a film about a good Samaritan in China.

The program includes two DVDs and a textbook, based on a film about Guo Mingyi, a 52-year-old ordinary Chinese man known for his good deeds helping the needy, according to the Beijing-based Confucius Institutes Headquarters on Monday.

Through the eight-lesson program, students can learn Chinese while watching the film, the headquarters said in a statement.

There are English, French, German, Japanese and Korean versions of the program.

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