One-fifth of the world's population — 1.5 billion people — speaks Chinese. With the largest population and the fastest growing economy, China is the greatest potential market for the United States.
Students who combine the study of Chinese with a major or strong background in history, economics, political science or sociology will be well prepared for graduate and professional programs.
Learning Chinese not only satisfies your language requirement, it is also a great skill for a career in government, academics, international relations, international business, journalism, trade, finance, manufacture, law or diplomacy in the 21st century.
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The distinguished Brandeis Chinese program offers four levels of modern Chinese instruction from beginning to high advanced, with classes that range from business to classical Chinese.Learn more A Lexicon of Chinese Correspondence of Literary Style with English Translation and Notes
After five years painstaking efforts of over 70 contributors, we are glad to announce the issuing of a unique free access electronic reference book, "A Lexicon of Chinese Correspondence of Literary Style with English Translation and Notes."
As we know, this is the first of the kind reference book to help scholars decode the late Imperial and early Republic letters which are a significant part of documents for studying Chinese history, society and culture. We wish the users of the reference book would give us feedbacks and we will go on improving and updating it.