More needed to support Canadian studies in China

There are over 400 Canadian studies centres worldwide in nearly 40 countries. The first Canadian studies programs in China began in 1984, with the goal of providing educational, cultural, business and governmental elites with a deeper awareness of Canada, how it functions as a multicultural society and to provide background understanding of Canada's international policies.

Brian L. Evans
Published: Wednesday, 09/08/2010 12:00 am EDT

There are over 400 Canadian studies centres worldwide in nearly 40 countries. The first Canadian studies programs in China began in 1984, with the goal of providing educational, cultural, business and governmental elites with a deeper awareness of Canada, how it functions as a multicultural society and to provide background understanding of Canada's international policies.

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