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Moody Bible Institute (Biblical Languages)
Wheaton College (Enrolled)
I have lived in China for eight years and in Korea for eight years. I have a lot of cultural and linguistic skills! I have tutored Chinese at Wheaton College for half a year. I am very fluent with Mandarin, Korean, and Chinese. I believe cultivating a joy of learning in whatever subject that I teach. Before a student learns anything, he or she must become motivated in the area of his or her studies, or else learning a subject would simply be a laborious and tedious process for both the student and the tutor. By developing a great relationship with the student, the tutor can teach the student the joy of learning. I believe the responsibility of a tutor is not just to give information to the student; rather, the tutor is to guide the process in a way that the student could come up with answers for himself or herself. I have lived in China for eight years and in Korea for eight years. I have a lot of cultural and linguistic skills! I have tutored Chinese at Wheaton College for half a year. I am very fluent with Mandarin, … Read more
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I have a bachelors in biblical languages from Moody Bible Institute and a M.A from Wheaton College in biblical exegesis. I have graduated top 5 percent of my class in college.
I have lived in China for about ten years and am fluent in Chinese (speaking, writing, listening, reading). I got a 3/3/3 on DLPT, which is a foreign language test by the department of defense. 3/3/3 means that my Chinese is equivalent of a native in terms of reading, listening, and speaking.