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What do you think are the most difficult and easiest things about learning Chinese?

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Dining Culture in China

The oldChinese saying"foodcomes first" is still true in the lives of Chinese  , and eating has long been a rich par of Chinese cultural life. Nowadays, table culture in China fulfils an important social function.There are numerous occasions for Chinese people to sit at the same dining table…See More
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Hi,I'm Bonny.I am a highly experienced Chinese teacher with a master’s degree in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. I am from Xi'an, so I speak standard Mandarin.I've been teaching Mandarin for over 8 years, 1 year as a college teacher. I've taught students of various ages and proficiency levels from over 20 countries, including CEOs from multinationals, Olympian, pilots, writer and world famous architect.No matter what level you are at, novice, intermediate or advanced, there is always…See More
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Hi,I'm Bonny.I am a highly experienced Chinese teacher with a master’s degree in Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. I am from Xi'an, so I speak standard Mandarin.
I've been teaching Mandarin for over 8 years, 1 year as a college teacher. I've taught students of various ages and proficiency levels from over 20 countries, including CEOs from multinationals, Olympian, pilots, writer and world famous architect.
No matter what level you are at, novice, intermediate or advanced, there is always more to learn such as survival Chinese, business Chinese, HSK, Chinese grammars or something else. As a professional Chinese teacher, I’ll help you make your own study plan according your specific need and help you achieve your goals efficiently.
Chinese is certainly difficult, but making it easier for you is what I’m good at!
I can provide small class teaching and one on one teaching at a reasonable price!
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Dining Culture in China

Posted on March 19, 2018 at 8:30pm 1 Comment

The oldChinese saying"foodcomes first" is still true in the lives of Chinese  , and eating has long been a rich par of Chinese cultural life.

Nowadays, table culture in China fulfils an important social…
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Do you know why Chinese don't like 250? Some interesting Chinese culture you must know .

Posted on March 15, 2018 at 11:30pm 0 Comments

1.Never get upset in public   不要在公共场合发脾气   

Public displays of anger are frowned upon by the Chinese and are most uncomfortable for them to deal with. This goes right along with making someone (usually the Chinese host) lose face, which you should avoid at all costs. The Chinese place a premium on group harmony, so foreigners should try to swallow hard, be polite, and cope privately.…

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an intresting article wrote by a Chinese learner about how to learn Chinese tones

Posted on March 1, 2018 at 10:30pm 0 Comments

Dear Chinese Learners,

I struggled with tones for years, and am still finding ways to improve.  It takes a humbling amount of patience yet it is possible to get really good at the tones with time. Below are some of my own personal experiences with learning Chinese tones. I wish I knew some of these before I started because it would have saved some of the frustration of getting the tones right. I’m sure you’ll find…

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