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While you are still making up your mind, you might have a lot of questions regarding the different aspects of the programs, planning the trip and how will the overall experience be. We try to address a lot of generic queries in the sections below. These sections are divided into specific types of information. Take a look at different sections depending on your kind of query.


Our Language Programs

Can I study abroad for just two weeks. Can I study for the whole year?

Can I join the program if I don’t know any Chinese?

What will I learn as a complete beginner? (The syllabus and schedule for the 8 weeks program)

I want to improve my speaking and overall communication, will the course work for me?

What’s the deadline for applying?

Do I have to start class on a particular Monday only?

What topics will be covered in class?

Can I volunteer while I am studying?


What process do I need to go through to determine if my credits will transfer to my university or not? How can I transfer the college credit to my university?

Is there any discount policy for early payment?

How do you assist in helping students to travel on the weekends? Would you organize tours to nearby locations?

Our Volunteering programs with Impact Abroad

What kind of visa do I need for volunteering?

What kind of volunteer work can I do?

Do I pay to volunteer?

Are there specific start dates for volunteering?

How long can I volunteer for?

How can I decide what program is right for me?

What if I don’t like the place I volunteer at?

Can I intern, or study Chinese while volunteering?

Can I choose how many hours I will volunteer?

Will I be the only foreign volunteer at the institution?

Will I have free time and time to tour China?

Planning the Trip

Does Minds Abroad facilitate the visa application?

How do I book cheap flights to Kunming? Is flight the best option to reach from Shanghai, Beijing?

Do I need to buy any travel or health insurance?

What do I need to bring to China?

How much money should I bring?

Is China safe for women travelers?

How far are the apartments from school? I am worried that the classroom will be far away from my apartment.

Where do I eat meals?

Could I arrive before the orientation day?

Can I stay in China for a few days after the program ends?

Minds abroad seems like a fairly new organization? How long has it been around? Was it something else before? Who owns it, sponsors it, runs it?

I would really like to talk to some past students or parents of students that have experienced your school. Could you please put me in touch with such people?

Attending the programs and Living in Kunming

How is the weather in Kunming?

What is the primary dialect spoken in Kunming?

Does my program price take into consideration the cost of meals?

How would you travel from place to place in Kunming?

How can I withdraw or exchange money while I am in Kunming?

How is money handled say when I am away on an excursion? Where would my money and valuables ( cameras, laptops, phones, etc) be kept when I am not using them?

How much do meals cost?


Could I make International calls on my cell phone from China?

Will I have access to the Internet?

Where can I do laundry?

Will I have any problems in plugging in electronic equipments I carry?

The Outside of Class Experience

Will I have any free time while I am in China?

What are the activities that I can take up outside class hours?

What are the things I can do on an off day or after class?

What sort of supervision would a child/teenager have? How close is the classroom to the shared room where he will be staying?

Specific Interests

I am interested in taking cookery classes while studying.  Can you help?

I have an interest in art, does Kunming have anything to offer art lovers?

I take interest in history and culture, what can I look forward to in Kunming?


Our Language Programs

Can I study abroad for just two weeks. Can I study for the whole year?
Yes, our students have the flexibility to decide the length of the course, from two weeks to a year. 

Can I join the program if I don’t know any Chinese?
Yes, anyone who is interested in our programs is welcome. Through our Weekly Morning Classes and Afternoon Activities Program, students who don’t know any Chinese can choose the Beginner Level. The One-on-One program allows students to have a custom designed curriculum that perfectly suits their own level and the pace they would like to learn at.

What will I learn as a complete beginner? (The syllabus and schedule for the 8 weeks program)
Our program is divided into three levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. As a first time learner we shall do our best in making you develop basic skills of oral and written Mandarin, developing commonly used vocabulary that will help you speak short and simple sentences for everyday life. Classes (Mon-Thurs) are generally held for about 4 hours in the morning and in the afternoons we arrange for Chinese activities like tai chi and calligraphy classes, all of which are part of the same class schedule. See here to know more. Since we are a Chinese language immersion program, we believe in developing the skills that you picked up in the classroom through interactions with the local community. For this reason, we offer a free language exchange. Learn more about this here.

I want to improve my speaking and overall communication, will the course work for me? 
While our classes do teach reading and writing skills they are mainly geared towards what we call "Survival Chinese". Our programs are about helping students develop the skills they need to converse in Chinese and have a more complete interactive experience with Chinese people and Chinese culture. Naturally, this leads our classes to being more focused on listening and speaking skills, especially in the introductory levels. I should also point out that just living in Kunming will give you plenty of opportunities to practice your listening and speaking skills every day. To supplement this though, we organize a language exchange that allows our students to practice the Chinese they learn in the classroom with a student from a Chinese university. Please click here for a more complete description of this program. 

What’s the deadline for applying?
Enrollment begins anytime. We are flexible and have rolling admissions throughout the year. You can begin class on any Monday of the year and continue for as long as you like.

Do I have to start class on a particular Monday only?
We start group classes on Monday as that allows you to get the full benefit of the particular week’s curriculum and lessons scheduled for that week. 
Click here to understand better. If you want more flexibility in terms of curriculum and timing you can check out the option of One-on-One tutorials. Please click here to know more about these classes.


What topics will be covered in class?
Our program is divided into three levels: beginnerintermediate and advanced. Please check out the pages linked above to see topics covered in class. 

Can I volunteer while I am studying?
With Minds Abroad, you can also volunteer outside of your class hours through our sister organization, Impact Abroad. We offer volunteer opportunities in the fields of education, community development, child development and peer impact for disadvantaged women. Primarily focusing on reaching out to underprivileged children, we seek to broaden the perspective of the people our volunteers help as well as the volunteers themselves. Do to let us know your field of preference. For more information on free volunteer placement offered by Impact Abroad, please click here. 

What process do I need to go through to determine if my credits will transfer to my university or not? How can I transfer the college credit to my university?
Yes you may transfer the credit earned at Minds Abroad to you home institution. The first thing I would like to point out is that the credits earned in our program will be awarded to you by our partner institutions. We work with fully accredited universities in Kunming for our language classes.

Another thing I would like to mention to you is that every school has a different policy on accepting credits a student earns while studying abroad. The best way to find the answers you are looking for is to go to your schools study abroad office. You can check our Transfer Credit Pre-Approval Form which you should give to someone in the office to fill out for you. This is the best way of finding out your school’s study abroad policy.
  

Is there any discount policy for early payment ?
For our Chinese language programs, you can either pay your tuition fees in full before the start of the program or pay at the beginning of each month. There are discounts for paying the full program price in advance. Please see details here

How do you assist in helping students to travel on the weekends? Would you organize tours to nearby locations? 
We have prices for 4 night/3 day trips to places like Dali, Lijiang, Xishuangbanna and other nearby locations. Students can get together and go as group and we can assist them with arrangements like booking the transportation and hotels. We can design itineraries for you and can refer you to hotels and restaurants in different places but you would have to organize the trip yourself. It is also easy for you to go by yourself or with someone else at Minds Abroad or someone else you meet in Kunming. It is very easy to travel in Yunnan if you only speak English. Kunming is also very close to fantastic places around Yunnan as well as in surrounding areas China (like Tibet and Sichuan) and Southeast Asia. Our program's four day week (Mon-Thurs) makes it easy to explore these areas. While our program's tuition does not cover the expense of traveling, the costs tend to be quite low and we can help arrange trips for you to whichever places interest you the most. We really want to emphasize that the costs tend to be very low.

Our Volunteering programs with Impact Abroad

What kind of visa do I need for volunteering?
If you plan on staying for 3 months or less you can get an L (tourist) visa. If you want to stay longer you would have to get it renewed.

What kind of volunteer work can I do?
We partner with local organizations in Kunming to provide international volunteers to help teach basic English skills to homeless children, deaf and mute children, and children from severely economically disadvantaged families. In general, we now have programs in the field of education, community development, children development and peer impact for disadvantaged women. Your duties are to assist the residents of these welfare centers with daily tasks, teach them and play with them or provide some company. 

Do I pay to volunteer?
Volunteering is a free service. Impact Abroad, provides volunteers with the opportunity to broaden the horizon of these disadvantaged children and an opportunity to give back to this community. We ask you to pay a deposit which is refundable in full after two weeks of joining the program. The reason we require this deposit is because there are a complicated set of arrangements that need to be made before your arrival which includes finding an internship placement for you; preparing for your in-country orientation, obtaining a cell phone and new SIM card for you, and also booking your apartment. 

Are there specific start dates for volunteering?
No, you can begin year round. You should let us know what program you want to do at least 4 weeks before you come so we can make arrangements.

How long can I volunteer for?
We insist on a minimum 2 weeks commitment. For a good experience you should volunteer for a couple of weeks but we are aware of the time constraints that you may have and we do our best to tailor your program accordingly. 

How can I decide what program is right for me?
We will find a brief introduction to our different volunteer programs on our website. We cannot guarantee that you will be placed in the program you chose, however we do our best to meet your choice. Our choice will depend both on your preference, the preference of other volunteers we work with, and with the demand for volunteers in welfare institutions.

What if I don’t like the place I volunteer at?
We let you choose your field of volunteering, initially. We try our best to place you in that field. But if you were dislike a particular place we can try solving the problem and arrange for you to volunteer somewhere else. You would be here on your own will so we would not pressure you into doing anything you don’t want to do.

Can I intern, or study Chinese while volunteering?
You can learn Chinese in the mornings and volunteer in the afternoons. If you take up our one-on-one program where you would have a private teacher, you can enjoy even more flexibility. Interning would take up a lot of your time but it is possible to intern for a few hours of the week.

Can I choose how many hours I will volunteer?
This varies based on the schedule of the volunteer, the organization they are working for and also on the time of the year. 

Will I be the only foreign volunteer at the institution?
Again this will depend on the organization and the time of the year. There may be other international volunteers working at the welfare institution with you. Occasionally, this will not be the case.

Will I have free time and time to tour China?

As a volunteer, you will have a lot of free time to experience China if you’d like. We only ask that you fulfill our requested commitment to the selected welfare center before you start traveling.

Planning the Trip

Does Minds Abroad facilitate the visa application?
Minds Abroad gives you any information or advice you need during your visa application. We can assure you that it is a very easy and quick process. You can apply for your visa in one of the four consulates and one embassy in the US located in Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco and Washington DC. Please visit your nearest Chinese embassy (or consulate) in your city to apply for a 3 month tourist visa (called an L visa) for your period of stay and list "tourism" as your purpose of travel. This is the standard procedure for short term students and volunteers coming to China. This would cover you for the entire time you are here and would provide you with the maximum amount of flexibility during your period of stay. You can do this at the consulate or using a visa service like www.visaexpress.net that takes care of the entire process for you. 

How do I book cheap flights to Kunming? Is flight the best option to reach from Shanghai, Beijing?
Before we guide you to more information about flight fares, we would like to know where you are in the US and your specific date of arrival. You should also search on Kayak.com or some other US travel search engine, either for flights with a final destination of Kunming or search for flights to Beijing or Shanghai. If you fly to Beijing or Shanghai, you should search for the second flight to Kunming using eLong.com or cTrip.com. In any event, flights out of the US should be booked only from a major US airport. There are also bus/train combinations that you can avail of from Hong Kong. From Hong Kong you could take a short bus (1-1.5 hours) to Shenzhen. From Shenzhen you can take a much cheaper flight (typically half price) to Kunming.

Do I need to buy any travel or health insurance?
All participants on any Minds Abroad program MUST have up-to-date health insurance. For college students the first bit of advice we would give is to contact your health insurance provider to ask them when a graduated student goes off your family's plan. There are a wide variety of different policies on this. Some cover people up until the age of 25. Others require that students are at least enrolled part time in school to be eligible to stay on their parent's plan. There are many different answers and only your health care provider knows for sure. 

Please advise if there are any "Mandarin Learning For Foreigners" scholarships offered by the Chinese government or the institution itself.

Our programs are low cost and we offer significant deals for students who study with us for 4 months or more. The Chinese government does have scholarships for foreigners to learn Chinese but they are generally not given for short term study at private study abroad programs. Kindly look up our scholarship and financial aid pages of our website for more detail. Click
here to go there. Also check out http://www.csc.edu.cn/. It is both for Chinese and International students who are considering studying abroad. All the scholarships for international students are listed but the criteria are all different.

What do I need to bring to China?
Today in Kunming you can find almost any product and brand that you would find at home. Soap, shampoo, toothpaste, etc. are all readily available. Clothing is also plentiful and very inexpensive. You will have convenience stores and supermarkets like Walmart nearby for anything that you need. We recommend that you bring medications (cold & flu tablets, etc.). We also recommend that you bring a Mandarin phrase book and a China guidebook. For a more detailed list of essential items check out our Pre Departure list.

How much money should I bring?
The amount of money to bring can vary. You should be able to use your ATM cards here very easily as there are ATM machines all around the city. You should not be bringing that much cash over here. There is no need. Also, credit cards can be used in large stores.

Is China safe for women travelers?
China is very safe. Serious crimes against foreigners are rare. However, students should take precautions in crowed places against pickpockets.

How far are the apartments from school? I am worried that the classroom will be far away from my apartment.
We arrange for private or shared apartments with another student of Minds Abroad or homestays within a short distance from our office. You will have convenience stores and supermarkets around you.
 
Where do I eat meals?
We provide all students 3 meals on school days. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in our school. We generally have a western buffet breakfast and Chinese style meals cooked for lunch and dinner from Mon – Thurs. You will also have lots of options serving a variety of cuisines just outside the school.

Could I arrive before the orientation day?
Yes. If you want Minds Abroad to arrange accommodation for you, please let us know your planned arrival date. We will make accommodation reservations for you. Please note that you will be responsible for payment of accommodation fees for any additional days outside of your course of study.

Can I stay in China for a few days after the program ends?
Yes. If you want, Minds Abroad to arrange accommodation for you, please let us know your planned departure date, and we will make accommodation reservations for you. Note that you will be responsible for payment of accommodation fees for any additional days outside of your program.

Minds abroad seems like a fairly new organization? How long has it been around? Was it something else before? Who owns it, sponsors it, runs it? 
Our organization was originally based in Shanghai in 2005 but decided to move to Kunming in 2008. We feel that Kunming is just a far better environment for a study, intern and volunteer abroad program than Shanghai is due to its fantastic climate and location in the center of Yunnan, China's most diverse province. In addition, we felt that Shanghai is too expensive and too sprawling a metropolis, where it can be hard to keep track of students. Kunming is really one of China's most livable cities and we find students have an easier time adjusting to life here than in Shanghai. We are run by two educators, one is an American man who has lived and worked in China and one is Chinese woman who has lived in the US and earned a Ph D in education from Columbia. 

I would really like to talk to some past students or parents of students that have experienced your school. Could you please put me in touch with such people?
We totally understand your caution and would be happy to arrange for you to speak to someone that attended one of our programs. Just let us know and we can begin to set this up for you.

Attending the programs and Living in Kunming

How is the weather in Kunming?
Kunming has year—round pleasant weather that is never too hot in summer nor too cold in winter. This has led to Kunming being given the name of ‘Spring City’. The average temperature in Kunming is 10 – 22 ℃ (50 – 71 ℉). There is a poem to describe Kunming’s charming climate “the weather is always like in April and May, February and March, flowers never cease blossoming all year round.” 
Please be cautious about this: temperatures vary greatly from daytime to nighttime. It would be wise to bring a jacket with you wherever you go.


What is the primary dialect spoken in Kunming?
Mandarin is the primary dialect spoken in Kunming. As Kunming is the capital of China's most diverse province, Yunnan, there are also small populations who speak minority dialects; ethnic minority groups (like Tibetan and Thai) but 90% of the people in Kunming speak Mandarin. 

Does my program price take into consideration the cost of meals?
Yes. Minds Abroad provides all students 3 meals on school days. Breakfast, lunch and Dinner are served in our school. We generally have a western buffet breakfast and Chinese style meals cooked for lunch and dinner.

How would you travel from place to place in Kunming?
You would be able to walk from your housing to class and there are also plenty of taxis (which are incredibly inexpensive in China, at most 10% of the cost of a taxi in the US) and buses available. Kunming’s great weather also makes it a beautiful city to walk in.

How can I withdraw or exchange money while I am in Kunming?
We usually recommend students not to carry a lot of cash, while they are in a foreign country. Instead, they can keep their valuables and money at a safe in our office if they want to. Alternatively, you can easily draw money from ATM machines, as there are hundreds of them in Kunming and any other major cities of China. For all the other banks a small fee of $2-5 is charged per transaction. American Express is not widely used in China. Visa or Master Cards are slightly more popular in China but also not widely excepted in places that are not frequented by tourists. Discover Cards have a deal with the largest Chinese credit card merchant (Unipay) so in fact they are very widely accepted in China. There is only one way to save money on ATM fees. HSBC account holders can use HSBC and Heng Seng ATMs without a fee, but there are only a small handful of these ATMs in all of Kunming.


How is money handled say when I am away on an excursion? Where would my money and valuables ( cameras, laptops, phones, etc) be kept when I am not using them?
You can use your ATM card at nearly all ATM machines in the city (and they are everywhere). You can also keep your valuables in a safe at our school if you want to. We want to point out though that Kunming (and China in general) is VERY safe, much safer that than many large cities US in our experience. There are many reasons for this but the large police presence on streets makes this kind of crime quite rare. We also want to point out that all of our apartments in Kunming have 24 hour security. 

How much do meals cost?
Minds Abroad provides 3 free meals a day to its students but if you would like to eat elsewhere you won’t need to spend much money – meals at local restaurants are typically just a few dollars or less. 

How easy is it for me to find vegetarian food in China if I am a vegetarian?
Kunming has an incredible produce of fruits and vegetables and is known for its many light vegetarian dishes. Lotus root, bamboo shoots, wild mushrooms, Chinese broccoli and many other fresh organic vegetables growing in Yunnan are used extensively in local cosine. Finding great vegetarian food in China is quite easy.

Could I make International calls on my cell phone from China?
It is extremely expensive to make calls on US cell phones while in China. However, we provide Chinese cell phones for our students to use free of charge. Cell phones in China are typically prepaid but the credits are very cheap, especially if you are just using the phone to call people within Kunming. In China, recharge credits can be bought at all convenience stores located throughout major cities. While calls within China cost just pennies to make, international calls are much more expensive from cell phones. Therefore, we suggest that if you will be making international calls, you buy calling cards, which are widely available.

Will I have access to the Internet?
Accommodations provided by Minds Abroad all have broadband internet access as well as WIFI. If you don’t choose to stay in our apartments you can still access the internet from many internet cafes surrounding the school. Internet cafes are common in China, so you can visit them even on trips to other cities.

Where can I do laundry?
Apartments provided by Minds Abroad all have washing machines. You can also choose to have your laundry taken to local dry cleaners (this is inexpensive in China). 

Will I have any problems in plugging in electronic equipments I carry?
First regarding the voltage change, US voltage is 110v, in China it is 220v. And most computers, laptops or electronics should directly be able to plug in because most of the converters of these electronics are designed for 110-220v range. But you could also bring a converter of the plug shapes just to be very safe.

The Outside of Class Experience

Will I have any free time while I am in China?
Yes, programs in Minds Abroad are full of various activities and classes, but we still arrange some time for students to relax and explore the city on their own. Typically, students only take classes 4-days a week and for a total of 15 hours so they have plenty of time outside of class to explore Kunming and other nearby areas.

What are the activities that I can take up outside class hours?
In addition to studying Chinese, you would be able to volunteer in the local community and participate in many extracurricular activities such as cooking, dancing, martial arts and calligraphy. Kunming's fantastic weather has led to it becoming one of China's largest sports centers so there are facilities for almost any sport you can think of (with the possible exception of crew). Living here is very comfortable and people have a relaxed attitude that is a stark contrast from cities like Beijing and Shanghai. There is even fantastic hiking right next to the city in the Western Hills. In short, fun activities are not something Kunming is lacking. There are also plenty of other exciting activities you can take part in while studying in Kunming that you can contact us about if you want more details.

What are the things I can do on an off day or after class?
Kunming’s fantastic weather and beautiful parks make it a particularly excellent city to walk around in. Additionally, walking or cycling around is a fantastic way to get an upfront view of the city’s culture. As a large cosmopolitan city, Kunming has a lot to offer people of all interests and backgrounds. Like nearly all of China’s rapidly modernizing cities, Kunming has nearly all the modern comforts we have come to expect in the West. There are large indoor and outdoor shopping centers, art galleries, quiet cafes to sip coffee and read a book in, and even a few jazz bars here and there. If you want to, you can get a hamburger and fries for lunch, shop at Luis Vuitton in the afternoon and then stop by Haagen -Dazs for an ice cream cone afterwards. Find all your answers on this topic here.
 
What makes Kunming special though is its fantastic geographical location and diverse ethnic composition. Throughout the city there are bustling markets like the Flower and Bird Market with handicrafts and Luosiwan, a sprawling wholesale market that is a major hub of trade between China and the Southeast Asian countries like Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand and Cambodia. These aside there are restaurants that serve the culinary specialties of all of Yunnan’s ethic groups as well as those from nearby provinces and Southeast Asian countries. Combine this with Kunming’s pleasant weather and clean air and it is easy to see why Kunming is an ideal Chinese city to spend a few weeks in. Check here for more places to see in the city.

What sort of supervision would a child/teenager have? How close is the classroom to the shared room where he will be staying?

For teenagers and children we strongly recommend a homestay. This arrangement would both provide a fantastic experience for them and would also offer the most supervision. Chinese families tend to be very protective over their children and especially of their adopted "homestay children". We also want to point out that we carefully screen our families to make sure that they can provide this kind of experience. In a homestay, your child would be fully integrated into family life and would be eating meals with the family and accompanying them on a wide variety of excursions. The homestay would be very close to our office so getting from the homestay to classes should not be a problem. We can make sure they have classes, tutorial, or volunteering projects for most of their day and their homestay family can engage them in the rest hours but Minds Abroad is not set up to provide complete round the clock supervision of our students. We have had young students without an issue.

Specific Interests

I am interested in taking cookery classes while studying. Can you help?
For someone interested in cuisine and cooking, Kunming has to be one of the best places in the world to spend a few weeks. The primary reason for this is that every one of Yunnan’s minority groups has a presence in Kunming and a large part of this is their cuisines. On the streets of Kunming you can a huge variety of different kinds of food. The Hui, a Chinese Muslim group, are famous for their hand cut and hand stretched noodles as well as their lamb kebabs coated with cumin, chili pepper and garlic. Throughout Kunming you can also find restaurants serving the spicy and fresh cuisine of the Dai people from Yunnan’s Xishuangbanna region. Kunming is also an excellent place to try Tibetan food due to its significant Tibetan community. Quite simply, Kunming has some of the most culinary diversity in all of Asia. Not surprisingly, it is a perfect city for an aspiring chef to get inspiration and even some hands on training from local chefs.

I have an interest in art, does Kunming have anything to offer art lovers?
In addition to the Yunnan Provincial Museum, Kunming has many other places that would be of interest to an art lover. Kunming is rapidly becoming a retreat for artists and the community surrounding Chuang Ku/LOFT is a testament to this. Art galleries of all types are springing up in the city. There are many different kinds of art that are thriving in Kunming. Handicrafts made by Yunnan’s many ethnic minority groups can be purchased throughout the city and we can even arrange for handicrafts making lessons. Weaving and ornament and jewelry making are just a few of the many handicrafts that are Yunnanese specialties. Modern art is also beginning to thrive in Kunming. Large complexes like YunArt and TCG Nordica have opened up in the city to highlight Yunnan’s new modern art movement. Interestingly, many of these artists are drawing inspiration from the traditional arts of the province’s ethnic minority groups.

I take interest in history and culture, what can I look forward to in Kunming?
One of the best things to do while in Kunming is to explore the city’s ancient history and diversity of cultures. As the provincial capital, Kunming has people from all of Yunnan’s 26 ethnic groups. If you spend time walking around Kunming you can taste the different cuisines of these cultures as well as purchase the many types of handicrafts they make. You can visit the Yunnan Nationalities village for a bird’s eye view. Additionally, Kunming is a fantastic place to watch traditional music and dance performances. In addition to getting a feel for the multiple cultures that make up modern Kunming, you can also explore Kunming’s ancient past. Throughout the city are pagodas and temples that date back to an era when Kunming was a major center of the Nanzhao kingdom, a rival to China from an era before Yunnan’s annexation by Kublai Khan during the Yuan dynasty in the 13th century. Anyone interested in the province’s history can visit Yunnan’s Provincial Museum. The museum is located in central Kunming and has exhibits that chronicle the province’s history both before and after it became a part of China. While Kunming is quickly becoming a modern city, its cultural diversity and ancient history still have a very visible presence.


   
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