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Reflection on the Cooperation between the Confucius Institute in Kenya and Chinese-Funded Enterprises in Kenya to Cultivate “Chinese +” Practical Talents

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DOI: 10.23977/curtm.2022.050104 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 260

Author(s)

Luo Duoduo 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Huawei Technologies (Kenya) Co., Ltd, Nairobi, 66430, Kenya

Corresponding Author

Luo Duoduo

ABSTRACT

In the context of current globalization, the scale of Confucius Institutes in the African continent continues to expand. Meanwhile, many Chinese companies have accelerated their investment in Africa. With the continuous deepening of the "Belt and Road" initiative, Kenya has attracted more than 400 Chinese-funded enterprises which created nearly 130,000 jobs for the local communities. How to satisfy the talent demands of Chinese-funded enterprises by improving the talent training model of Confucius Institutes and realize the common development has a significant impact. This article analyzes the current status of Confucius Institutes and Chinese-funded enterprises in Kenya, as well as their related issues regarding talent training and talent demands to understands the differences between them. At the same time, this essay proposes a cooperated way in training mode of "Chinese +" which may be an effective method to train talents.

KEYWORDS

Confucius institutes in Kenya, Chinese-funded enterprises in Kenya, “Chinese +” applied talents

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Luo Duoduo, Reflection on the Cooperation between the Confucius Institute in Kenya and Chinese-Funded Enterprises in Kenya to Cultivate “Chinese +” Practical Talents. Curriculum and Teaching Methodology (2022) Vol. 5: 19-23. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/curtm.2022.050104.

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