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  Should Chinese Language Course Be Adopted inCollege Curricula?

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  The moment I saw the topic,a post originallysubmitted in Peking University BBS occurred to me.The post composed of a conversation between aChinese young man, the author, and a waiter comingfrom Japan. The author suffered frustration whenthe waiter asked him about Chinese culture.Surprisingly, the Japanese demonstrated that he got command of more Chinese culture thanmost Chinese young people. I do not know what your initial response is supposing that youwere set in the circumstance. As a matter of fact, Chinese language course has drawn scantattention among college students, for many students lay their emphasis on English learning. Iam of opinion that Chinese language course should be set in the category of compulsorycourses in college curriculum.

  当我看到这个题目时,我想起了北京大学电子公告栏中的消息。消息上是一组对话,包括一位中国的年轻作者,和一位来自日本的服务员。当日本服务员问他关于中国文化的问题时,他显得不知所措。让人们惊讶的是,那位日本人比中国年轻人更懂得中国文化。假如你在那样的环境中,你的反应应该是什么样子的呢。事实上,中文课程没有引起中国大学生的注意,大多数的学生更重视英语的学习。我认为,中文课程应该列入到大学课程的必修课之中。

  Firstly, it is high time for college students to re-learn Chinese language. For many Chinesestudents, they just learn Chinese language for examinations’ sake in elementary schools andhigh schools. In other words, many learn Chinese language to get high scores instead ofgrasping the essence of Chinese culture. In fact, we can not measure one’s understanding ofculture by how many scores he get in the examinations or how many poems and essays he hasmemorized. What matters is whether one can figure out the gist and facilitate his life throughwhat he gains from the learning. In college, students are not imposed as much pressure as inhigh school in learning Chinese language.Besides, they are more mature than in childhood andhavethe ability to think critically. If they do not seize the chance to re-learn the Chineselanguage, odds are that they can not inherit wisdoms of our ancestors and not get preparedfor the future.

  首先,大学生应该重新学习中文。对于中国学生来说,在初高中,他们只是为了考试而学习中文。换句话说,学生学习中文只是想获得更高的分数,而不是想了解中国的文化。事实上,我们不能够从考试的分数上衡量他对文化的了解程度,或是他记住了多少文章或是诗歌。重要的是,他们是否可以了解他们生活的本质,尤其是通过他们所学到的知识。比起在高中学习中文的压力,大学生的压力相对较轻。除此之外,他们更成熟,在思想上更具有批判性。如果他们没有抓住这次机会重新学习中文,那么,他们很有可能将不会学到我们祖先留下的遗产,他们也不会对未来做好准备。

  Secondly, since western cultures are looming large in China with the advent of globalization,Chinese traditional culture seems to be endangered. Many people, especially the youth, areinterested in learning foreign language, English in particular, and their cultures. They prefer towatch American movies, Japanese cartoons, and listen to foreign music. While western culturalproducts are well received, the popularity of the Chinese counterpart is on the decrease.When foreign cultures are so prevalent in China, will our future generation figure out ourChinese cultural identity? As the basic manifestation of culture, Chinese language deservesmore attention and better treatment. Chinese universities should take the responsibilities topreserve and develop our traditional culture, Chinese language in particular.

  第二,随着全球化的发展,西方文化降临到了中国,中国传统文化似乎受到了威胁。特别是一些年轻人,他们对外语更感兴趣,特别是英语,以及他们的文化。他们喜欢看美国电影、日本卡通,喜欢听外国歌曲。然而,外国产品也在中国广受欢迎,中国产品的购买度正在下降。外国文化在中国大行其道,我们的后代还会了解中国文化吗?作为文化的基本表现形式,中文需要更多的关注度,需要更好的对待。中国大学应该有责任来保护、发展中国的传统文化,特别是中文。

  All in all, as traditional Chinese culture and wisdom manifest themselves in Chinese language,adopting the course in the curricula will not only educate college students, but also helppreserve and develop Chinese culture.

  总之,中文展现了我们传统文化,也展现了我们的智慧,增加中文课不仅教育大学生,而且还保护,发展了中国文化。

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