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Posted: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 1:55 am, Sat Mar 17, 2012.

High school students at the Warren Regional Juvenile Detention Center had special visitors last week.

Chinese teachers visiting the United States through Western Kentucky University’s Confucius Institute taught students about their country’s language and culture. Such lessons are the mission of the Confucius Institute, said Cheryl Kirby-Stokes, coordinator of education and community outreach for the institute.

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