[lg policy] [Spoof!] China set to replace their national language

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at GMAIL.COM
Sat May 22 13:27:26 UTC 2010

Spoof alert!

 China set to replace their national
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 [image: China set to replace their national language]
China replacing their National *language*
Beijing (China) 1st April: On the eve of New Year of China, the Chinese
authority has released a about a possible amendment in their nation language
possibility. The new amendment in response to growing concern for the
Chinese authority on being possibility isolated in today world.

Recent developments around the world have prompted many Chinese to learn
possibly Spanish. Most of the world English and Spanish Medias have
critical about Chinese government
In order to counter growing threat perception, the Chinese
ordered their education policy development team to evaluate the need
a change in language policy.

The Policy makers have debated and argued that in order to counter growing
criticism of their government, it is imperative that the Chinese government
let its citizen response to these criticisms.

Now most of the Chinese people don't know much English as well as Spanish.
So in order to make people response to these criticism, the Chinese
government has decided to implement English as a medium of instruction from
now own wards. This way the government can kill two birds with one missile.
1. Chinese people can go on rampage over the *internet* world and hijack all
the discussion form and 2. Chinese
now boost in the western world about it acceptance of western culture.


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