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Postby deano606 » 14 Jun 2002, 11:28

what is the cost of enrolling in chinese lessons in taipei in order to get my visa extended and learn Mandarin. which courses do you suggest? thanks in advance for your help!!
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Postby erica100 » 14 Jun 2002, 12:45

It might be of help for you to visit the following websites:

http://www.mtc.ntnu.edu.tw/indexe.html
http://lc.nccu.edu.tw/j1.htm

Good Luck!
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Postby amos » 14 Jun 2002, 13:36

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