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  1. Articles: Europe
    British people are not known for being good at learning foreign languages but a national language learning initiative has seen hundreds of school pupils in England moving towards fluency in Mandarin Chinese. Progress test results from pupils on the Department for Education’s Mandarin Excellence...
  2. Articles: Europe
    Schools in the UK are being urged to take part in a new language programme aimed at delivering a minimum of 5,000 fluent Mandarin speakers by 2020. The Mandarin Excellence Programme (MEP) is being run by the Department of Education and already 14 schools have signed up for the rigorous...
  3. Articles: Asia
    British people are not known for their widespread ability to speak languages other than English but new research shows that parents want their children to learn Mandarin Chinese. It is named by parents as the most beneficial’ non-European language for their children to learn, according to new...
  4. Other Asia
    Hi, Just a question about the importance of knowing how to speak/write Mandarin when working in Singapore. A couple of firms I have considered applying to include the ability to speak and read Mandarin as one of the job requirements. However, my understanding was, since English has been...
  5. Other Asia
    My name is Daniel and I am undergraduate student in Vancouver, Canada. I am specialized in tutoring and I offer private lessons in oral Cantonese and Mandarin, especially in business use, in Hong Kong. I can help in practice for Cantonese or Mandarin business presentation as well. Rate...
  6. Asia Marketplace
    Hi! I am native Chinese female language tutor and intercultural trainer (in Hong Kong) -- for both Cantonese and Mandarin. Got Language Teaching certificates in Hong Kong University, Hong Kong Baptist University and Peking Normal University, Beijing Culture and Language University/HK Chinese...
  7. Other Asia
    Hi, every one! I have been to Singapore for a few months, and although have learned English for many years, no problem with reading, but still feel difficult when speaking, I think I just need more practice, and find a kind guy with patience to communicate with me and correct me, so is there...
  8. Other Asia
    Great day everyone! :) I'm new here ... and I'm excited to learn mandarin lessons! But, which is better..... should I just buy an Audio Book with materials or enroll in a school that offered mandarin lessons? Hmm? Can you help me decide please? Thank you so much! Have a great day! ;)
  9. Australia Expat Forum for Expats Living in AU
    Hi all, We (my husand, nearly 4 year old daughter and I ) will be relocating to Sydney in January 2010 after spending the last three years in Beijing. I'm interested in any recommendations or referrals to help me keep up my daughter's Chinese. Or, if there isn't something that already...
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