Portuguese to be taught at university in West Timor

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

West Timor, the part of Indonesia (and former Dutch colony). According to this article:
An Indonesian university, PGRI, will create a Portuguese language program in West Timor, announced the vice-rector Titus Bureni. "The main reason for beginning a Portuguese language course in our university is facilitating communicating with East Timor....East Timor and West Timor in Indonesia are located on the same archipelago and communication is important for a good relationship." PGRI is a higher-level institution dedicated to the teaching of sciences and training teachers, with locations in Cupang, West Timor, and Yogyakarta.


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