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I have been a professional Chinese teacher for 10 years. I worked as a Chinese language teacher at OEPS in Singapore and elementary school teacher in Taiwan. http://clairejingstudio.wix.com/hellomandarinseattle I specialize in teaching zero beginners and helping my students speak more on class. Also training on kids and adults Chinese listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills... read more

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1. Twitter (http://www.twitter.com )- a free social messaging utility for staying connected in real-time. You can ask students to post 100 characters on twitter. Connect the language with life. 2. Online dictionary- look for new words or terms 3. flickr (http://www.flickr.com )- a web to share photos with classmates 4. listen to this (http://www.iflylanguage.com/ListenToThis... read more

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Hello, my name is Aaron.Zhang. I was born and raised in north of China. However, wonderful Miami is my home now. Now I am studying in Florid International University ( FIU ) for my master degree. I love Miami's sunshine, beach and enthusiastic people.No wonder more and more Mandarin speaking tourists, investors and students are visiting here. Experience and background: I graduated... read more

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???! Hi Everyone! In lieu of an introduction, I thought to share some of my favorite Mandarin Chinese characters with all of you.     ??: ? bing3 This is a beautiful food-related word that doesn't translate perfectly into English. Somewhat similar to the French crepe or 'galette', a ? is a generally delicious and very thin flatbread or pancake. Usually round,... read more

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Perhaps the most obvious answer to this question I can give is to look at the reaction from a tutor whose student is giving a speech in the language that was the focus of study. I have never been so proud as when witnessing a student who may have not been able to speak any English at all, who after years of hard work is able to sound wonderfully fluent in Chinese.   Of course, we... read more

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Many students may have this question in their mind. Most young students are either asked by their parents to do so or required to study because that's on of the curriculum. But that may not be the case for adults. More and more adults are active in learning Mandarin and motived to learn themselves. But why's that? The study of the Chinese language not only helps bridge the cultural gap,... read more

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Hello Parents and Students:   The school is open.  If you are looking for a tutor who can help you with your Mandarin Chinese homework, improve your grade, or a step ahead to challenge yourself,  you have found a right tutor.   I not only teach young children Mandarin Chinese like I have said earlier, I also tutor middle school and high school students. Through... read more