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Hilltoppers in China
|Author: Thomas Millington|
Date: Thursday, August 18th, 2011
Who said study abroad is only for students? On July 10th 43 members of the WKU community traveled to China through a program arranged by the Confucius Institute. Throughout their three-week stay in this country, the participants will work on their Chinese language skills, learn and embrace the Chinese culture, visit amazing locations and more importantly, create memories that will last a lifetime.
To follow the group's activities, check out the official Confucius Institute blog.
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