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A Decade of Progress at NCLC: How Far We’ve Come and Where We Can Go (Complete)

HOUSTON, April 6, 2017— After local Houston students kicked off the convening of the 10th annual National Chinese Language Conference by showcasing their progress in learning Mandarin, education and government leaders shared their reflections on the past and visions for the future of global citizenry and Chinese learning. Speakers include Sylvester Turner, Richard A. Carranza, David W. LeebronRonnie C. Chan, Linda Liu, and Jing Wei. (58 min., 58 sec.)


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