Undoubtedly learning Chinese will only become more and more important in the coming years. New visa rules in China will make it necessary for expats to know at least some Chinese language. In global commerce and business Chinese language can make it easier to conduct deals. What better way to learn Chinese then, than to come to China to fully immerse yourself in the language? http://ow.ly/FmqD307QsoX
Lena is from Denmark and has been in China for three years. She is working fulltime at LTL Mandarin School while she is filming videos for her YouTube channel Lenaaround.
‘Ni hao ma?’ is a phrase I hear often. It isn’t coming from the Chinese friends I bump into on my way around Beijing, but rather from the expats who learned Chinese abroad. It’s come about as a direct translation of the common English greeting ‘How are you?’. I’ve been in China ...
Is it possible to learn Chinese while simultaneously working a hectic full time job which also requires business travel? Yes it is, as our German student Fabian explains in this blog post. http://ow.ly/skMZ3086BPc
This is a guest blog from our student Fabian, detailing his experiences of working full time in a busy job, and learning Chinese on the side. For busy professionals we offer special flexible classes in Beijing and in Shanghai. I arrived in China in fall 2013 with the mission to set up the Chinese sales subsidiary of my German company...read more →