Confucius Institute in Pittsburgh welcomes vice-premier
Updated: 2015-06-21 12:15
By AMY HE in Pittsburgh(China Daily USA)
"Our belief is that at a young age, if they're exposed to native-speaking Chinese speakers as well as non-native-speaking English speakers, they're getting culturally enhanced," she said. "The parents just wish we can do more and more and more."
Dai Qing, a 24-year-old student from Wuhan University who is teaching a class of 18 fourth graders at the school, said that she loves the experience. "I love the school and it's really a lot of fun with the kids," she said.