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Chinese language fascinates Belarusian girl

The Chinese language continues to enchant people overseas, with more and more people learning it. And in Belarus, many youngsters are learning the language using a variety of different techniques. 20-year-old Masha is one of them.
Masha is a student at the Minsk State Linguistic University. She majors in English. But a year ago, the 20-year-old decided to take up Chinese as her second foreign language because she’s fascinated by Chinese culture.
Like many foreigners who learn Chinese, Masha usually watches Chinese language teaching TV programs to learn Putong Hua. And meanwhile, she can learn something about the history and culture of China.
Masha, Student, Minsk State Linguistic Univ., said, "I watch this language teaching program very often. It’s very interesting. I think it’s a very good way of learning Chinese."
Thanks to an exchange program, Masha had the chance to study the language she loves in Nanjing for two weeks this summer. She not only improved her Chinese there, but also picked up some interesting souvenirs.
Masha, Student, Minsk State Linguistic Univ., said, "Do I look like a Chinese girl?"
Chinese is one of the hardest languages in the world to learn. But for Masha, this difficult language has a special appeal for her. She says she will continue to learn Chinese and even wants to become a Chinese teacher in Belarus one day.