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http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/With-Chinas-rise-Mumbai-says-Ni-Hao-to-Mandarin/articleshow/16802591.cms?intenttarget=no
Times Of India Dated Oct 14, 2012
The trend has caught up outside the city too. In Bangalore, Ni Hao (Hello) has had some students attend Mandarin classes with their parents. Read More...
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http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/402993/20121108/indians-learning-chinese-trade-business.htm
International Business Times (UK) Dated 8 Nov 2012
"Indian software engineers with counterparts in China and businessmen, from sectors such as textile and furnishings, who wish to do business in China are becoming more interested,". Read More...
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http://www.deccanherald.com/content/95006/bulletin-board.html
Deccan Herald Education Dated 9 Sep 2010
The Bangalore Chapter of the Chinese Institute of Chennai has launched a 40-hour course that teaches conversational Mandarin, and reading and writing skills in Pinyin. Read More...
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http://www.deccanherald.com/content/96702/fuelling-dragon.html
Deccan Herald Education Dated 16 Sep 2010
Fuelling the dragon
China’s economic boom and opportunities for collaboration are prompting young Indians to learn Chinese. Read More...
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http://www.dnaindia.com/world/report_why-lee-is-learning-chinese-in-india_1453643
DNA Dated Sunday, Oct 17, 2010
For four weekends last month, Eugene Lee, 46, a Mangalore-based, ethnic Chinese restaurant owner, joined a handful of Indians at a language school in Bangalore and grappled with the tonal complexities of the Chinese language. Read More...

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