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Teaching Polish in China and Turkey

03.03.2021 22:00
Polish language experiences a boom abroad with an increasing number of Chinese and Turkish citizens interested in Polish culture. 
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Aerial photo of Tianjin, China
Aerial photo of Tianjin, ChinaPhoto: PAP/Photoshot/Yue Yuewei

Although it is often said that the language is among the most difficult to master, the foreigners do not seem to be discouraged.

Tomasz Ferenc talked to Maciej Mielnik, Polish Studies teacher at the Tianjin Foreign studies University in China, who also spent 5 years teaching Polish in Istanbul, Turkey, to find out more about his experience...

This radio programme was brought to you thanks to the support of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange. More information can be found at: www.nawa.gov.pl/en