Learning a foreign language is more than just a boost to your CV or handy for travelling. It will make you smarter, more decisive and even better at every aspect. Many of these attributes are only apparent in people who speak multiple languages regularly – if you haven’t spoken a foreign tongue since ever, your brain might not be reaping these bilingual benefits.
Not only young learners but also adult learns who begin to study language in their adult lives can still achieve the same levels of fluency as a young learner, and still reap the same mental benefits, too. Learning a foreign language draws your focus to the mechanics of language: grammar, conjugations, and sentence structure. This makes you more aware of language, and the ways it can be structured and manipulated. These skills can make you a more effective communicator, a sharp editor or a writer. Language speakers also develop a better ear for listening to a certain level.
Many across the world regard English as the universal language and think it unnecessary to learn any other language, let alone a difficult and time-consuming one like Chinese. But, let us reveal a secret here. Not everybody can speak English fluently. So learning Chinese is recommended for every Nepali citizen to stay abreast of global trends.
Chinese is the most widely spoken language around the globe. If you live in Nepal, learning Chinese is definitely important. Chinese is the language of Tourism and Business of this era. Everyday we come across many products that are made in China. In fact Chinese market is taking the world by storm, we can see plenty of Chinese business establishments in Nepal, for example if you visit Thamel there are many of them. Secondly, number of Chinese tourists has increased in immediate past. In the year 2018 A.D. alone more than 134,000 Chinese tourists visited Nepal. If you belong to the tourism industry, speaking and understanding some Chinese is always a good thing.
There also are many Chinese people who come to Nepal for trade. They are good source of revenue for Nepal because they buy Nepalese products in bulk to sell in Chinese market. Learning Chinese enables you to easily trade with these Chinese speaking people. In addition, China is Nepal`s largest source of FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) and our second largest trading partner. For example, annual trade volume between Nepal and Chinese is over Rs.100 billion. If you learn Chinese it will be easier to buy Chinese products or sell Nepali products in China.
Yes, this is the most important reason for a Nepali Citizen to learn Chinese language. If you’re going to learn another language, why not make it the language that’s the most spoken world-wide after English. Globally more than 1.2 billion people speak Chinese including few thousands in Nepal. Not only is Chinese spoken in China, but also is spoken in Nepal by some people. Chinese speaking people are living all across the world and if you’re a professional it’s more than likely that one of your clients, suppliers or colleagues will speak Chinese.
The Chinese language is the official language in six countries and it’s one of the six official languages of the United Nations. The growth that China is experiencing is expected to continue. So, stop wondering why you should learn Chinese… and study it instead! Well, the country is experiencing overwhelming growth, which means the economy is expanding and China’s popularity is booming in Nepal. Not only does China have one of the largest economies in the world, but interest in its language and culture is growing. With China’s growth comes the push to learn Chinese. Companies and individuals are in need of professionals who understand Chinese.
The culture and history of China is very ancient and profound. We all are always interested in learning the history and culture of different countries. Well basically if we want to know the culture and history of China, then learning the basic knowledge of China is always important. Once you’ve done that, you will be able to easily relate to Chinese history and maintain better relations with people with the Chinese background. According to some studies, learning Chinese will utilise that portion of the brain that is not typically used when learning any other language. Since Chinese is a difficult language because of its tones and characters, you will be using more of your brain compared to learning any other language.
Now that you know the benefits of learning Chinese, it’s time to decide where you’re going to study it. Language Hub in Chhaya Center, Thamel, Kathmandu, Nepal has been teaching Chinese language to business professionals, college students and associates of tourism and hospitality industry since 2017. Before worrying about taking the time off work schedule, please visit our website, office, emails us or give us a call.