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Before I moved to Canada and U.S. and went to school at University of Toronto and Columbia University, I was born and brought up in China. For 5 years, I worked as a full time journalist/TV reporter and a part time English teacher. I love teaching because I love to share what I know with other people. I'm especially interested in teaching languages not only because I'm good at them also because I love to convey the meaning of the culture, history and humanity that a language represents.
Due to my educational and working experience, I'm also familiar with the political, business, and cultural system and environment in both U.S. and China. Therefore I can teach my students and communicate with them from both a Micro- and a Macro- view.
Because of my work experience as a journalist/TV reporter,I'm good at both Chinese speaking and writing. Also, I'm from a Chinese northern metropolitan, which is famous for producing a lot of TV anchors in China, I can speak a very standard Mandarin Chinese without any dialect.
I believe that my high caliber educational and work experience will offer you very unique Chinese tutorship. I'll teach you not only the language, but also almost everything about China. My three children who go to private schools in Philadelphia area benefit from my teaching very much. I hope that my knowledge and experience about China will help you excel and reach your goal of learning Chinese. Before I moved to Canada and U.S. and went to school at University of Toronto and Columbia University, I was born and brought up in China. For 5 years, I worked as a full time journalist/TV reporter and a part time English teacher. I love teaching because I love to share what I know with
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