The Global Village of Jilin Huaqiao University of Foreign Languages holds the distinction of being the only large language and culture practice teaching base in
The Global Village, covering an area of 3991 square meters, is made up of 13 national villages in total, they are Chinese Village, Japanese Village, South Korean Village, Russian-speaking Village, German-speaking Village, French-speaking Village, Italian-speaking Village, Portuguese-speaking Village, Spanish-speaking Village, Arabic-speaking Village, English-speaking Village，UN Village and African Village . Equipped with audiovisual teaching facilities, each village presents a manifestation of its national politics, economy, history, culture, technology, education, natural scenery, folk custom and etiquette and dietary culture, etc, through native miniaturized landscape, exhibition panel, sand table stimulation, and some entities. Established as an experimental teaching demonstration of provincial level by the educational department of Jilin Province in 2011, the Global Village, again in 2013, owned as corresponding reputation of national level by the Ministry of Education. Furthermore, in 2013, the Global Village was entitled as a world multicultural education center and an UNESCO Clubs Association of Jilin Huaqiao University of Foreign Languages.
Heretofore, with integral functions of teaching, practicing, researching, and communication, the Global Village, offering 29 kinds of experimental courses and 30 projects of practical activities for 15 majors, serves as a base for discussions of teaching and learning and cultural communications by teachers and students from home and abroad.
Here in the village, abundant cultural connotations of a variety of nations penetrates into nearly each cultural element. Students, within the university, enjoy a convenience of immersed appreciation of colorful cultures and exoticism of different countries through a tight combination of languages and cultural studies. Students, exposed to cultures through languages and reared in languages through cultures, would enhance in themselves the abilities of language application and intercultural communication.