Mandarin has been kept as compulsory and Mongolian language in second place. There are three areas where China’s brutality is highest, including Xinjiang, Tibet and Inner Mongolia. (File: Pic)
Tibetan language: Chinese President Xi Jingping’s 2035 Education Plan aims to add Chinese characteristics in the name of comprehensive reform of the curriculum content of primary, secondary and higher education across China.
New Delhi. China is leaving no stone unturned to impose its arbitrariness on others. It is clearly written in the Chinese constitution that minority groups have a legal right to use and develop their own language, but China has resorted to excesses against its own constitution. China is bent on completely erasing the culture and language of Tibet. In fact, according to reports, schools in Chinese-occupied Tibet, where the medium of instruction is Tibetan, are being closed. Authorities in western China’s Sichuan province are closing private Tibetan schools that teach Tibetan and forcing students to attend government schools. Mandarin language is taught to children in government schools.
This work of closing schools by China is going on since the end of the year 2020. China is trying to forcibly impose its culture and language on the people. According to the information, there were earlier many private schools in the Dzachukha area of Sichuan, where Tibetan language and culture was taught. These schools were closed without any reason. Sources say that this step is being taken in the name of promoting equality in the use of textbooks and teaching materials. By the way, in order to spread its language in the occupied areas, whether it is railway, bus station, shopping mall or poster hoarding everywhere, everything is written in Mandarin language except English.
Chinese President Xi Jingping’s 2035 Education Plan aims to add Chinese characteristics in the name of comprehensive reform of the curriculum content of primary, secondary and higher education throughout China. For this, work is going on in full swing. Earlier, the Chinese-occupied Mongolia, which is called Inner Mongolia, there also the local people had demonstrated tremendously against China. This demonstration was in protest against the forced imposition of its policies by China in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. China is implementing Mandarin as the primary language by changing the native language there. Preference is being given to the study of Chinese language by reducing their language studies in school.
Mandarin has been kept as compulsory and Mongolian language in second grade. There are three areas where China’s brutality is highest, including Xinjiang, Tibet and Inner Mongolia. There are different minority groups and ethnicities in China, which speak more than 80 different languages. The Han, Hue and Manchu only use Mandarin as their language, while 12 other groups including Mongolians, Tibetans, Vigars, Kazakhs, Kyrgyz, Koreans, Yi, Lahu Jingpo, Xibo and Russians use their own languages to speak and write. But now everyone is being forced to speak and write Mandarin. China started this policy in 1950, when it allowed all minority autonomous regions to teach in Mandarin in parallel with local language schools. Schools were opened. The local language was the main and official language in these areas, but now in many autonomous regions, Mandarin has been changed to the primary and the local language to the second language. According to a document from China, a total of 7000 different languages are spoken around the world and by the end of the twenty-first century, the number of these languages will be 4500 and China will have a big hand in it.