Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Chinese Learning French to Emigrate to Canada

"Sacre bleu!"

(Beijing, China) Despite the economic surge experienced by China in recent years, Chinese citizens still crave a ticket out of the communist country.
Chinese desperate to emigrate have discovered a backdoor into Canada that involves applying for entry into the country's francophone province of Quebec -- as long as you have a good working knowledge of the local lingo.

So, while learning French as an additional language is losing ground in many parts of the world -- even as Mandarin classes proliferate because of China's rise on the international stage -- many Chinese are busy learning how to say, "Bonjour, je m'appelle Zhang."[…]

Despite China's growing prosperity and clout, more and more of its citizens are rushing to the exits, eager to provide better education prospects for their children and escape from their country's long-standing problems, including hazardous pollution and contaminated food.
The province of Quebec has its own immigration procedures, apart from the Canadian national policy, without any cap or backlog.

Simply acquire a working knowledge of the French language and you're accepted as an immigrant. Afterward, new arrivals can move to any location in the entire nation.

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