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- southeast asian languages
- Ministry of Education
People used to think the right brain operates learning Chinese exclusively. However, a recent research points out that it may be a myth.
At first, the schools only opened courses for European, Japanese and Korean languages, but with the surge in the number of immigrants from Southeast Asia and their second generations, as well as Southeast Asia's rapid economic development, more high schools have started to offer courses for Southeast Asian languages.