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The Investigation Status and Countermeasure Analysis on Chinese Learning Situation of Medical Minority International Students

Hongliang Wang


With the development of economic globalization, education has gradually shown a trend of globalization. Driven by the developing strategy of "One Belt and One Road", Yunnan has attracted a large number of students from southeast Asia and South Asia by virtue of its geographical advantages, and the foreign cooperation and exchanges of Yunnan universities have also been developing frequently. Under this trend, colleges and universities in Yunnan must give play to their own education service quality, improve the enthusiasm and identity of foreign students in Yunnan colleges and universities, which will help Yunnan colleges and universities to radiate economic and cultural development through education. Learning Chinese well is an important task for international students. In view of the characteristics of international students, such as a large number of minority students and the poor foundation of Chinese language, the targeted improvement of Chinese teaching strategies will help to improve the quality of international students' talent training.


Medical Majors; Minority Students; Chinese Learning; Investigation and Analysis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i3.2014