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University of California, San Diego (UCSD) (Master's)
I have been tutoring Chinese to both adults and school-age kids for the past 3 years. Some of my students went on to study in Chinese universities in Shanghai and Beijing. Some found jobs in China that require bilingual skills. A few even found start-up companies in mainland China. I am very happy to witness their progress and help them achieve their dreams. Born in an intellectual Chinese family, I was a precocious kid and very well read in classical Chinese literature. I have graduate degree in software engineering and English Literature. In Shanghai I worked 2 years as simultaneous conference interpreter. I have taken many projects with international law firms, financial institutions and prominent scientists in various areas, such as biotech and AI/natural language processing.
I offer both private and small group lessons. I strongly recommend students to meet with me at least twice a week, in order to quickly build up vocabularies and maintain the momentum of learning. I frequently send out Mandarin learning videos, tips etc to my students, so the learning can continue after you finish the lesson with me. I have been tutoring Chinese to both adults and school-age kids for the past 3 years. Some of my students went on to study in Chinese universities in Shanghai and Beijing. Some found jobs in China that require bilingual skills. A few even found start-up companies in mainland China. I am
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