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More student exchange programmes to China to be organised.
Posted: 13 June 2011
The Malaysia-China Friendship Association wishes to increase the number of student exchange programmes.
These exchange programmes serve the government's purpose in promoting cooperation in sports events and activities between Malaysia and China.
The demand for more student exchange programmes are synchronised with the overall increase of non-Chinese Malaysians (particularly, Malays and Indians) choosing to study in China.
Currently, there are around 3,000 Malaysian students in China.
In addition to the above, cruises are being planned within South East Asia to boost tourism.
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