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China to offer more help to Thais studying Mandarin

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PARIS : Education ministers from Thailand and China have agreed to work together to improve the study and teaching of Mandarin in Thailand. 

Education Minister Chaturon Chaisang and his Chinese counterpart Yuan Guiren discussed educational cooperation between the two countries recently at the 37th session of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) General Conference.

Attended by several heads of state and about 150 ministers and delegates from all 195 Unesco member countries, the conference is being held at Unesco headquarters in Paris until Nov 20.

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