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West China University of Medicine (Medical Immunology)
I graduated from a medical college in China and also received a masters degree in medical immunology. I was a doctor in China for 3 years. After my first daughter was born, I became a teacher in Hengyang Medical College in China. I taught college students Microbiology and Immunology for 7 years. Then, I moved to Japan, and stayed for 3 years. I learned the Japanese language as my 2nd language. In 2000, I moved to the USA. For my first year in Cleveland, OH, I was a tutor for teaching Chinese. I taught a gentleman Chinese , who had business in Shanghai , China. He had big progress in speaking and listening at the end of the tutor year. We both enjoyed learning and teaching Chinese. The tutor job ended because I got a full time job in Case Western Reserve University as a medical researcher.
I became a housewife when I moved into Delaware, OH two years ago. I have been teaching my little daughter Chinese since then. I teach her Chinese in speaking, listening, reading and writing and have her finish home work by herself. Sometime the class is in library, sometimes at home.
I have exceptional patience for my students and love to see my students learning Chinese. I am looking forward to the opportunity!
I graduated from a medical college in China and also received a masters degree in medical immunology. I was a doctor in China for 3 years. After my first daughter was born, I became a teacher in Hengyang Medical College in China. I taught college students Microbiology and
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