My name is Lulu, from China. I'm a MBA student in Arkansas State University, and graduated this May.
I don't have much work experience, but I am a hard-working girl. Last May to December I was working in International Admissions Office on campus. Everyday I helped the Admissions Coordinator deal with new applications from outside U.S.,and help International students solve problems. As well I always was the Chinese translator for Chinese students to communicate different department. Students who were helped by me and the departments gave me a good compliment.
I figure out from some talks that more and more people here, no matter Americans or other Internationals are willing to learn Chinese now. They are interested in learning some simple but useful Chinese for talking or making friends with Chinese people. This makes the market need more Chinese tutors.
I learned piano when I was little, which contributed a big patience to me. I understand it is difficult to learn a new thing, and it needs patient. So I think I will pay more patience on teaching my own language.
Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese Chinese are my native language. Mandarin Chinese is the official language in China, and Cantonese is used widely in South China, Hong Kong and Macau. Learning Mandarin Chinese should be more systemic, while learning Cantonese Chinese is more random.I have been teaching my American boyfriend Cantonese for a while, and I find that it is a little bit easier to learn Cantonese than Mandarin. This is not absolutely correct though.
I want to be a tutor to teach my own language, to show our culture, and to communicate more people. I think tutors can be a good business but more free than being a real teacher. I hope I can help people learn the second language, and other aspects.
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