Chinese language class
As China's role in the global economy and political structure grows, interest in its language and culture has also increased.
Last year, local resident Tom Faix tried to spur interest in bringing a Chinese language program to Detroit Lakes Public Schools, by organizing a public informational meeting -- and five people came.
This Thursday, Faix tried again -- and this time, there were 15 people there.
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