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National Chinese Language Conference registration open

January 13, 2012
State of the Field:
Proficiency, Sustainability, and Beyond
April 12–14, 2012 | Washington Marriott Wardman Park

Register Today!

Be an Early Bird and register by February 1 to get the most savings.

The National Chinese Language Conference (NCLC) is dedicated to encouraging dialogue in the field of Chinese language education and ensuring its wide-scale success. 2012 will mark NCLC’s 5th anniversary, an appropriate opportunity to reflect on the State of the Field – the past, the present, and the future of Chinese language education.

By attending NCLC, you will:

  • Join this important conversation together with hundreds of colleagues
  • Hear from U.S. and Chinese thought-leaders
  • Attend 60+ expert-led breakout sessions
  • Take part in a rich array of preconference activities
  • Experience Washington, DC in the spring

As part of this year’s conference program, we invite you to join us for a special evening with the artists of I SING BEIJING, a groundbreaking initiative dedicated to advancing vocal arts and relationships between artists in China and around the world. On Friday, April 13, following dinner in the grand ballroom of the Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel, you will be among the first in the U.S. to hear professional singers perform modern Mandarin opera and also view scenes from a new film that documents the I SING BEIJING 2011 inaugural program.

Find out why 1,200 teachers, school leaders, policymakers, and international participants joined the conference last year!

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