China is situated in East Asia and the Pacific West. It vast territory is 5,000 kms from north to south. China is a unified multi-ethnic country with 56 ethnic groups, including groups Han, Mongolian, Hui, Tibetan, Uygur, Miao, Yi, Zhuang, bouyei, Korean, Manchu, Dong and Yao. The Han group represent 92% of the national population. But all groups, large and small have equal rights.
China is a multi-religious country. There are believers of Buddhism, Taoism, Catholicism and Protestantism. The Chinese government has a policy of freedom of creed. The Constitution protects all normal religious activities.
Beijing is the capital of China and its political, cultural and international exchange .
The Chinese language is a fascinating and extremely rich. It is the most spoken language in the world and is becoming increasingly important due to China's economic boom. Only these two reasons should be enough to convince you of wanting to learn Chinese. Others may be:
* To fully understand the Chinese people and their culture is quite important to have a good understanding of Mandarin Chinese.
* To improve your CV and go ahead in the business world.
* For most foreigners is not an easy language to learn and can be seen without a doubt a challenge academically and linguistically.
* Mandarin Chinese is the future lingua franca (common language) from Asia.
Yuan. The Euro and U.S. dollar can be exchanged at banks and official exchange centers are located in hotels and airports.
The main voltage is 220 V. The format of plug is two or three flat pins.
You can not drink tap water.
18 years old.
The minimum drinking age in China is 18 years.
Ban on smoking in enclosed public places.
Laws of the country
Students must comply with the laws of China at all times during your stay. Failure to comply with the law could result in arrest by the police and even imprisonment.
Students must be in possession of health insurance, accident and travel while atienten one of our programs.
Please consult the documentation needed to travel to China.