MoU for Chinese language training

MoU for Chinese language training

MoU for Chinese language training
A memorandum of understanding between Thai and Sino for state personnel’s education in Chinese is signed. Seated from left: King Prajadhipok’s Institute (KPI ) secretary- general Vitavas Chaipakpoom, Thai- Chinese Cultural Relationship Council (TCCRC ) president Pinit Jarusombat and Beijing Chinese Language and Culture College ( BLCC ) rector Wang Zhimin. ( Photo: Chanat Katanyu )

On Tuesday, King Prajadhipok’s Institute (KPI), the Thai-Chinese Cultural Relationship Council (TCCRC ), and Beijing Chinese Language and Culture College ( BLCC ) signed a memorandum of understanding ( MoU) regarding Thai-Sinai cooperation in Chinese language training for state personnel.

The King Prajadhipok Museum on Lan Luang Road in Bangkok hosted the drafting service. Vitavas Chaipakpoom, chairman of the TCCRC, Pinit Jarusombat, and Wang Zhimin, BLCC pastor, signed the MoU.

In a pay to improve Thai state officials ‘ ability to learn Chinese language skills and improve diplomatic relations, Mr. Zhimin said this was the next memorandum of extended scientific cooperation to encourage the study of Chinese language, culture, research, and intellectual exchange.

The Overseas Chinese Affairs Office and the Chinese consulate in Thailand support the Chinese language instruction program for state authorities.

Mr Zhimin said that, since 2019, 217 members have taken part in the programme.

According to Mr. Pinit, the Chinese government also offers scholarships to Indian leaders to attend Peking University. He said the project benefits some Thai state officials, especially those from the Royal Thai Police, Immigration Bureau, the Education Ministry, Thai customs, and regional operational organisations, who help control Chinese investors and tourists in the country.