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China Education Television
Time: 2012-11-12    BY Gavin   From: CETV   Clicks: 1173
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China Education Television (CETV) is an educational TV station in the People's Republic of China. Its first broadcast was on October 1, 1986. Its function is to provide Chinese people with educational programmes,just like PBS in US or NHK educational TV in Japan.

Channel:

China ETV-1: General Educational Channel (nationwide)

China ETV-2: University/College Teaching Channel (nationwide)

China ETV-3: Humanity Teaching Channel (only broadcast in Beijing)

China ETV Air Classroom Channel: Teaching programmes for rural students and teachers in China (nationwide)

China ETV Baby Channel: Like Cbeebies in UK, provide cartoons and other interesting programmes for kids under 6 and their parents (nationwide)

China ETV Chinese Culture Channel: an international channel for foreigners who want to learn Chinese and know about Chinese culture (worldwide)

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