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Q: New regulations and impact on intl depts at public schools?

22 weeks 5 days ago in  General  - China

 
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Nothing as of now. All regular policies as usual. Some area may see an increase in visa checks of foreigners. 

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Nothing as of now. All regular policies as usual. Some area may see an increase in visa checks of foreigners. 

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It's called "beating of the dead horse ... " 

 

English language is not that important anymore in China.

Soon, whole world will speak  ... and  eat mandarin-es ... 

 

I'm divided at which word should be capitalized ... in the last sentence ...

 

Orah Mandarin  

 

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Mandarins eat mandarins while taking a bath in Bath. Mandarins peel off the mandarins and throw them into the bath they're taking in Bath. I always ask the bookshop keeper whether she has any  Mandarins to read and she send me off to the fruit shop next to. I insist on my inquiry then she answers in a perfect Mandarin "I don't understand". I answer :

我也不
我也不

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