The Institute for Chinese Studies is located at Oxford University, and their website for the Centre for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language has a multitude of links to aid students who are learning Chinese and "focuses on the development of online and multimedia language teaching." Visitors will find that there are elementary, intermediate, and advanced level exercises, and they cover everything from pronunciation guides, listening exercises, newspaper reading, Chinese culture, and Chinese character writing. Students will appreciate the "Student Diary" at the top of the homepage, which lists the current schedule for undergraduate classes, and the accompanying assignments that are due for each class. There is also an "Archive for Listening and Interpreting Exercises" in the Student Diary section, and it is broken down by topic, such as "Science and Technology", "Trade", and "International Relations". At the bottom of the list of topics visitors can find a link to watch and read the news, on Chinese Central TV Channel 9 News.


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