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How to Integrate Chinese Culture into College English Teaching under the Belt and Road Initiative

Xiaowan Liu

Abstract


The proposal of the “Belt and Road” Initiative plays an important role in promoting economic prosperity and regional economic cooperation among countries along the route, strengthening civilization exchanges, and promoting the development of world economy and trade. As a universal language in the world, English is very important for promoting cultural exchanges between countries. Therefore, China is paying more and more attention to the development of college English teaching. This article explains the necessity of integrating Chinese culture into English teaching in colleges and universities under the background of the “Belt and Road” initiative, analyzes the current situation of Chinese culture in college English teaching, and explores the integration of Chinese teaching into Chinese culture to develop Chinese culture and cultivate diverse and high-quality English talents for the country.

Keywords


Belt and Road; Chinese Culture; College English Teaching

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/ahe.v4i8.2541

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