I have three years experience of teaching language (have established an English workshop back home in China and taught over 60 high school students to either level-up their English proficiency or get them prepared for college entrance exam), especially teaching English to non-English speakers.
I taught at Google Office (Shanghai) for their engineers for the past year, designed sessions to cater to their English level or interest and reported weekly session reports to their manager.
Besides, I can teach Chinese well, either business Chinese or Chinese for daily use. I am an experienced English-Chinese translator and used to be Mrs. Moratti (Mayor of Milan, Italy) and her delegation's translator and interpreter (English-Chinese) during 2010 Shanghai Expo Summit.
Chinese is a complex language that can be very demanding for non-Chinese-speaker learners who want to reach advanced level. However, a native Chinese teacher who has rich teaching experience and can communicate very well with English speakers might be a god-sent helper for those sincere Chinese learners (experience tells me one critical or probably most important benchmark for a good Chinese teacher is whether he or she can explain Chinese in English very accurately, however, many fail to do and make their students very baffled, thus losing the interest).
Now I am a graduate student in University of Pennsylvania and majored in Teaching, Learning and Leadership.
Feel free to contact me if you are interested in learning English (for non-English speakers) or Chinese (either for English speakers or non-English speakers).
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