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West Virginia University (Technology Education)
I tutor and teach Mandarin Chinese both simplified and traditional style on the fields of spoken, written, and reading for all levels.
I am a native born Chinese, I speak, read, and write mandarin Chinese fluently both traditional and simplified. Even I live in the U.S. more than 20 years, I am insistent on watching Chinese TV and reading Chinese newspapers every day.
I obtained a master's degree in Education College of the West Virginia University, worked as a database developer in DC areas; worked for university's V/A educational department, and elementary school in China.
I have been a Chinese private teacher for 2 years; I am patient, conscientious, knowledge and well-informed, also I am easy to get along with my students.
I successfully tutored Fairfax county public schools’ Credit Exam for World Languages in Chinese, and Chinese Hanban/Confucius Institute Headquarters’ tests on HSK and YCT, the tester of Credit Exam for World Languages passed one time only, and the tester of HSK passed his exam with full scores.
I have very strong knowledge on Chinese language, history and culture, and also familiar modern Chinese society, political and economics.
The tutoring will be face to face; the instructing materials provided. I offer flexible scheduling, professional and personalized service. I tutor and teach Mandarin Chinese both simplified and traditional style on the fields of spoken, written, and reading for all levels.
I am a native born Chinese,
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