Hong Kong schools encouraged to use Mandarin

The future of Hong Kong’s native language, Cantonese, is in doubt.

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    The future of Hong Kong’s native language, Cantonese, is in doubt.

    Schools are being encouraged to use China’s national language, Mandarin.

    Academics fear Cantonese will die out if it’s denied to the next generation.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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