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Reflections on the Use of Nonverbal communication in teaching Spanish to sino-speakers
Revista de Lenguas para Fines Específicos
The increased interest in Spanish as a Foreign Language (FL) has meant that in China alone there are 25,000 university students taking Spanish courses (Instituto Cervantes, 2013). The demand for Spanish language and culture courses has yet to be met by adequate numbers of teachers with a good understanding of Chinese culture, especially if we question the uniformity of that culture over all regions of Sino-speakers (in particular China, Hong Kong and Taiwan). Traditionally Chinese values havedoaj:70468dfb91f344c7bc89424744a9032f fatcat:jmdmgdv57zai5ok5vhurwtzrfu