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The Influence of Thai Cultural Policy on Chinese Education in Thailand

Wei He, Bo Peng


Through the formulation and implementation of a country's cultural policy, we can deeply understand the country's history, traditions, values and social norms, so as to fully grasp the national image of the country, and then promote the friendly cooperation between the two sides, and play its best effect. The relationship between China and Thailand has a long history. China's influence on the international stage has been increasing. China and Thailand have increasingly close cooperation in many fields, including culture, tourism, trade, infrastructure construction and high-tech industries. For example, China has established Confucius Institutes in Thailand and trained Chinese language majors in Thailand. The friendship between China and Thailand is deepening, and the relationship between China and Thailand is increasingly tense. In this context, the bilateral relationship between China and Thailand has become increasingly important. Through in-depth analysis and research, it can be clearly seen that Thailand's cultural policy always adheres to the premise of local traditions and purposes, and makes corresponding adjustments in a timely manner according to the evolution of the international environment and domestic economic growth. In addition, we also give some useful suggestions on the future development of Chinese language education in order to promote friendly communication between the two sides.


Thailand; Cultural Policy; Chinese Education; Influence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/mmf.v6i9.9985