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Aug 30, 2013

Education officials in Uganda have sparked an increasingly passionate debate over the merits of teaching Chinese in the country's school system. While elites may find Mandarin a practical skills, a lot of people argue that it should not be included in the countrywide curriculum as it still not yet a strategic language for most Ugandans. Opinions on this issue vary widely across the continent as other communities embrace Mandarin-language education.