[lg policy] China to build branch campus in Malaysia

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at GMAIL.COM
Fri Feb 15 15:36:03 UTC 2013

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But which language(s) will be used as the medium of instruction?

February 14, 2013

China Plans to Build the Biggest Branch Campus in the World, but Will It

With the goal of enrolling 10,000 students, a Chinese university
outpost in Malaysia has big ambitions. Maybe too big, say Kevin
Kinser and Jason Lane.
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