Click here: “The Confucius Institute is an appealing brand for expanding our culture abroad,” Li Changchun, a standing member of the Communist Politburo in Beijing said in a 2011 speech, “It has made an important contribution toward improving our soft power. The ‘Confucius’ brand has a natural attractiveness. Using the excuse of teaching Chinese language, everything looks reasonable and logical.” Confucius Institutes have sprouted up at more than 500 college campuses worldwide, with more than 100 of them in the United States—including at The George Washington University, the University of Michigan and the University of IOWA.
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