Promoting cultural, social, business and educational opportunities between China & Pakistan for the benefit of our future generations

To help eliminate the language barrier between Pakistan and China, MCLD offers Chinese language classes across the Roots Millennium Schools in the private sector, with the aim of allowing the students to speak and write Chinese as proficiently as possible. Millennium Chinese Language Department has now 14 Full Time Teachers and nearly 5000 students learning Chinese Language. This has promoted cultural, social, business and educational opportunities among China and Pakistan for the benefit of our future generations. Millennium Chinese Language Department-MCLD under the leadership and vision of Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI launched the unique Chinese Language School Initiative, where MCLD is working in close collaboration with many government and private organizations including the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Information and Broadcasting Ministry, Ministry of Culture, Economic Affairs Division, Pakistan National Council of the Arts, Embassy of China in Islamabad, Embassy of Pakistan in China, Pakistan-China Institute, think tanks, media and intellectuals to help scale this language and education initiative for our mutual national benefit.

Chinese language (Mandarin) courses are offered in Primary and High School Campuses of Roots Millennium Schools. To meet the needs for Chinese textbooks suitable for primary and high school students, a project was founded by the National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language of China (NOCFL) was entrusted with the work of compiling KUAILE HANYU, a series of Chinese textbooks for junior middle school students of English speaking countries. In the process of compiling, NOCFL acted in close coordination with the British Council. The textbooks were tried out in some junior middle schools in UK under the organization of the British Council. After soliciting opinions from the experts concerned and with the permission of NOCFL, the text books have been published in UK by British Council with the title of Chinese for GCSE.

The Chinese language school curriculum and teaching initiative has now created a new vista of opportunities for the youth on both sides of the border. Language through school curriculum is the common denominator that can play a key role in unifying the youth of the two nations in his opinion. The Chinese language initiative at Roots Millennium Schools, Pakistan created magic and ripples across Pakistani academia, intellectuals, think tanks, media, civil society, government offices and diplomatic circles; where nearly 4500 students are studying Chinese language as a Full Time course of their school curriculum from Grade 1 to Grade 7.

Millennium Chinese Language Department has organized various initiatives, events, seminars, symposiums, parents’ days, language days, open days, media briefs, dignitaries’ visits and 60th year of diplomatic relationship ceremonies in support of Pak China Friendship during the last academic year. MCLD believe that through language, we shall be able to scale our friendship and regional interests to a new aura of friendship and partnership and shall provide Pakistani and Chinese Youth to look at each other for educational, travel, tourism, culture, trade, and entrepreneurial and opportunities. Chaudhry Faisal Mushtaq TI CEO Roots Millennium Schools, Pakistan and Founder Millennium Chinese Language Department first coined the slogan of Pakistan-China together making up 21% of the world’s population. He believed the youth on both sides of the border is the untapped resource that needs to be utilized in the 21st century; and this driving force will be responsible for growth and development of Pakistan and China. An empowered youth together can change the picture of this region in his opinion and his slogan of club 21:21which means 21 % of the world population together in the 21st century has now become a household name in the Pak China context. Education is the common factor that can play a key role in unifying the youth of the two nations.