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Shanghai University, China
Chiba University, Japan (Master's)
I graduated from Shanghai University and received a Master's degree at a Japanese university. I lived in both countries for more than 15 years. I have been living in America for about 10 years. I have been teaching both languages for heritage and non-heritage students for around 15 years. I have taught Chinese business at companies. I have also taught at Montessori School and at the moment I am teaching 5th grade Chinese at a weekend Chinese school. I also teach Chinese at an American private school for elementary students. I have been tutoring college students and giving private lessons to all ages.
I am passionate about teaching and I have patience and encouragement. I especially know how to teach people of all ages. It is a joy to teach Chinese and Japanese to both adults and children. I teach my two children and they can both speak fluent Chinese and Japanese. I teach some culture to help the student understand the language well. My students can quickly speak a language during a short learning period. Aside from speech, I also teach grammar, writing, reading, and history/customs of the country. My students enjoy taking my classes and it is amazing to see them learn a new language. I graduated from Shanghai University and received a Master's degree at a Japanese university. I lived in both countries for more than 15 years. I have been living in America for about 10 years. I have been teaching both languages for heritage and non-heritage students for around 15 years.
My son Leo just took his first lesson with Midori. He came out with a big smile, showing off his first Japanese - counting 1-10 - we were all practicing at the dinner table that night. Look forward to our next lesson next week.
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I was born and raised in Mainland China, where I also earned my undergraduate degree. I have been teaching Chinese in the US for more than 13 years. I currently teach Chinese at a private school as well as a Chinese language school. I am a member of the Georgia Chinese Teachers Association.
I lived in Japan for 20 years, and received my master's degree from Chiba University. Since moving to America 17 years ago, I have been teaching Japanese to all ages from children to college students. I am also a Japanese interpreter for Cobb County Public Schools.