Islamabad - China Radio International (CRI) -Millennium Confucius Classroom organised a one-day conference on the theme “Connecting Cultures through Confucius Classroom” to educate the school leaders about The Millennium Schools’ Chinese Language initiative. It also aims to highlight the glorious journey of Millennium Chinese Language Department MCLD spanning nearly a decade now at Roots Millennium Schools One World Campus E-11/4, Islamabad last day.
The vision of the CRI-Roots Millennium Colloquium was to introduce an engaging and authentic perspective into the Confucius Classroom. The Millennium Chinese Language Department invited several esteemed personalities to the event. The guest speakers included H.E. Syed HasanJaved Former Ambassador to Singapore who is currently Director Chinese Studies NUST Islamabad, Mr.Zamir Ahmed Awan Deputy Director Chinese Studies NUST, Mr. Mustafa Haider Syed Executive Director Pak China Institute, Mr. Chen Xiang (Pakistani name Shaheen) Director China Radio International Confucius Classroom Pakistan and Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq Founder Millennium Chinese Language Initiative. Mr. Chen Xiang Shaheen expressed his views about Confucius Classroom initiative and the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and China. The Chinese language and cultural programs have helped introduce the RMS Students to Chinese culture and language.
Millennium Chinese Language Department-MCLD under the leadership and vision of Founder MCLD Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq, launched the unique Chinese Language School Initiative seven and a half years ago. CRI-Roots Millennium Confucius Classroom offers Chinese language classes across the Roots Millennium Schools, in the private sector, with the aim of allowing the students to speak and write Chinese as proficiently as possible.
Millennium Chinese Language Department has now 18 Full Time Teachers and nearly 8500 students learning Chinese Language. This has promoted cultural, social, business and educational opportunities among China and Pakistan for the benefit of our future generations.