This book focuses on the circumstances and challenges facing non-native Chinese speakers (NNCS) who are studying Chinese
in Malaysia. It also looks at the past, present, and future of Chinese as a Second Language (CSL) in Malaysia.
The book serves as a reference text covering significant topics in CSL. Additionally, it demonstrates the breadth and depth of
research in cutting-edge developments in the field. It is intended for a broad audience but is particularly useful for beginners, as well
as CSL instructors, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and researchers working in Chinese applied linguistics, second language
acquisition (SLA), and education.
Non-native Malaysian Chinese speakers who want to learn Chinese as a second language and are interested to find more about the
Chinese language would find this book to be informative.
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