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A Polyglot Cop in Beijing
2005-4-28 17:50:45     
From not knowing a single word in a foreign language, Liu Wenli can now speak thirteen languages. How does he make it?Join his story on Life in China.

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"I'm a police officer in Jingshan Park, which is a busy tourist attraction. I never went to college to learn English C it's just my personal hobby. I feel speaking English is not enough to help everybody; I have to learn other languages too."

From not knowing a single word in a foreign language, Liu Wenli can now speak thirteen languages, and was an ambassador for his country by carrying the Olympic torch. Somehow, he still finds time to work as a policeman in central Beijing.

A truly extraordinary man from very ordinary beginnings, we'll hear his story on Life in China.

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