Chinese school

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In Western countries, a Chinese school is a school established for the purpose of teaching the Chinese languages and dialects (Mandarin and Cantonese are the most commonly taught) to Americans with Chinese ancestry, Canadians with Chinese ancestry, Americans with Taiwanese ancestry, Canadians with Taiwanese ancestry, Australians with Chinese ancestry and Australians with Taiwanese ancestry.

Class usually occurs after school on weekday afternoons, weekend mornings, or weekend afternoons.

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