A screenshot of the website of the Global Chinese Learning Platform. (Photo: Agencies)
BEIJING - A major Chinese learning platform has attracted around 647,000 users from 152 countries and regions by the end of May, an official from China's Ministry of Education (MOE) said Tuesday.
Launched on Oct 25, 2019, the Global Chinese Learning Platform has developed a mobile app that supports six languages, namely, Chinese, English, Russian, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
"We are developing the interface to support more languages," said Tian Lixin, head of the department for language application and information management under the MOE, at a press conference.
Featuring the application of artificial intelligence, a huge database of Chinese learning materials and an immersive learning experience, the platform has enabled its users to learn Chinese at their own pace in different real-life scenarios, according to Tian.