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Current Affairs in Mandarin

The LSE Language Centre 'Current Affairs in Mandarin' is a video series in which LSE students are interviewed on current issues in Mandarin Chinese. It aims to teach students how to talk about current affairs in Mandarin Chinese. In each clip, the key vocabularies of the chosen topic are introduced in a meaningful context. It is always followed by a lively discussion in Mandarin with Dr Catherine Xiang and the students.

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Video 5: London 2012 Olympics

Released on: 19 June 2012

Contributor(s): Ms Danette Chan

Danette Chan discusses the preparation work for the London 2012 Olympics, its impact on the UK economy and its legacy.

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Video 4: China and Europe Labour Market

Released on: 19 June 2012

Contributor(s): Professor David Marsden

Professor David Marsden discusses the unique feature of the Chinese labour market, its current state and its...

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Video 3: Chinese Media Development

Released on: 19 June 2012

Contributor(s): Mr Ray Wang

Ray Wang discusses the recent development of media in China and its global impact. He also talks about the changes and...

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Video 2: Eurozone Crisis

Released on: 19 June 2012

Contributor(s): Mr Asim Hussian

Asim Hussian discusses the current state of the Eurozone crisis, the reasons and the consequences of the crisis on...

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Video 1: The Employment Situation in the UK and China

Released on: 19 June 2012

Contributor(s): Mr Yang Di and Ms Lin Jing

Yang Di and Lin Jing discuss the current employment situation in the UK and China, particularly with a focus on the...

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