THSs eye Chinese technical support

Myanmar has a great interest in receiving technological aid from China for its technical high schools — teaching technical, agriculture and livestock breeding — planned to open in 75 districts across the country, said Union Minister for Education Dr Nyunt Pe yesterday.
The minister expressed interest in his speech at the 2023 China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week Ceremony being held from 28 August to 2 September. He said Myanmar has already 51 such schools in its 50 districts which are also in need of technical support, adding that the opportunity for educational cooperation between the two countries is enormous.
The minister also revealed his ministry’s interest in arranging study tours for Myanmar teachers to China and ASEAN countries, involving cohort studies between universities within the region, conducting exchange programmes for teachers and students, symposiums, workshops and conventions.
In his speech, the minister also noted the fact that educational cooperation between China and Myanmar will contribute not only to scholarship winners and Myanmar’s education sector but also to Myanmar society.
The 2023 China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week Ceremony included the 2023 China-ASEAN Language and Culture Forum, where Yangon University of Foreign Languages runs a booth. — MNA/TH

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