The Taiwanese Mandarin stall set up during the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) open day last Thursday has attracted many youths and students.
The stall featured writing of Chinese languages as part of promoting the Chinese languages, how to write and read it.
Madarine course is one of the programs that will be on offer soon at SINU.
The aim is to.
· Acquire another new language;
· Have advantage to work in Asia and
· Have changes to get scholarship and studying in Taiwan.
Speaking to Solomon Star a mandarin language lecturer Ms Zoe Lin said the program is being offered at SINU.
She said this course is design for students with little or no Chinese language learning experiences.
“This is to develop basic skills in listening, speaking, character recognition and writing with the focus on listening and speaking.”
She said upon completing the courses, students will be able to properly introduce themselves to teachers and friend.
She said currently she teaches three staff at the Panatina campus the basic Chinese languages.
She said the program is normal where students or trainees will sit for examination at the end of the programs.
Public and students who wish to know about the program or ask question concerning this are encourage contacting through via [email protected]
By SOLOMON LOFANA