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We don't provide boring, aimless, painful Chinese courses, but by employing professional teaching system, effective linguistic methodology, we are able to keep our students' intestest and passion on learning Chinese, and support our students to develop their proficiency in Chinese, including listening, speaking, reading, and writing. - Learn Chinese Faster, Easier, and Better!



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Dawn's Blog

Always Be A Teacher

Posted on March 2, 2009 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

On the earth, there is a kind of creature always like to be teachers to others. From tying shoes to blowing noses, from president election to nuclear reaction, in any occasion, they were given impetuses by the nature to take the master post and enjoy the teachers’ privilege.

They are warm-hearted. They love to give you a lesson at anytime even if you phone them at mid-nights when they are sleeping soundly.

They are brave. They dare to set foot in any unknown field… Continue

Flower or Not

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 4:54pm 0 Comments

Abdel wrote this proverb in his blog this week, “Who wants the peace, prepare the war”. This saying means there is no peace without war. It sounds ridiculous. However, after you look backward, it seems everything in this world you could not get without a payment, struggling is what you need to pay. So, for a time being, I have to admit this truth, war for peace. But, is it really could get a real heart peace after so many struggling?

For many years, I have a dream about my peace life… Continue

Why?Learning Chinese is so painful!

Posted on February 25, 2009 at 1:31pm 1 Comment

The difficulties on learning Chinese are not 'laowai''s fault. Although there are many schools, training centers we can find on streets, not so many can provide with efficient learning/teaching strategy, resulting in boring classes, painful experiences, and, as someone had mentioned, 'Bad Language'.

This is related to other issues. In the field of Teaching Chinese as a foreign language, there are two essential problems remain unsettled, what to teach, and how to teach. Scholoars'… Continue

The Story of Time

Posted on December 16, 2008 at 1:00pm 1 Comment

Spring flowers, autumn wind, and winter sunset;

Blue youth, naively I once thought when I was young.

Day by day in season circle's song the windmill was turning ;

Year by year in emotional poems I was growing up.

Flows carried the time's story away and changed one

Just in the sentimental but first-wating youth

Yellowed photos, old letters, and faded Xmas cards.

You might forget the songs written for you when I was young.

Past vows were like the… Continue

Bethlehem’s star

Posted on December 15, 2008 at 2:11pm 0 Comments

It is said that the star was bright

that night.

It is said that the ground was white

that night.

Who is looking up at the sky

tonight ?

Who is lowering and thoughts arising


under the starlight

as thousands years ago

that night ?

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At 10:52pm on March 22, 2010, Alex the traitor said…
The teacher is by far the most important thing for a new business. If you write a great course but the teacher doesn't deliver it well and the students loose intrest you will have problems. I know in Shenzhen advertising is very expensive so word of mouth is the key, you have to remember that if you do well the customer will tell 5 people but if you bad they will tell 10. I hope you become a success.
At 3:40pm on March 19, 2010, Alex the traitor said…

I have to admitt that I like the setup you have at the moment and I respect the fact that you are doing it for free to build your company. Teaching this age groups is probably the most rewarding in my opinion. If I can assist you in anyway I am more than willing to help. I always try to encourage my students to use English with each other because when they leave the class the chances are they will not speak any English until the next class so they forget a lot. Do you use native speakers?
At 12:22am on March 19, 2010, Alex the traitor said…
Hi again,

I had a look at the webite and it seems like a very warm and welcoming website. How old are the students that will be taking part in these classes? and how often do you have them?

At 3:17pm on March 18, 2010, Alex the traitor said…
Hi Dawn,

Yoiu sent me a message about a course you are running. Can you send me some more information please?

At 1:15pm on October 30, 2009,
My Weixin is on my page
David Ho

Hey Dawn wanted to remind you about our upcoming Chinese Corner on Sunday. If you have time it woudl be great if you could come support the grand opening of my bar Samba Nights!

At 3:39pm on October 20, 2009,
My Weixin is on my page
Eric Velouria
Hi Dawn. Jiahua Language School will provide both Mandarin and English training in Futian, and will be focused on business communication. We are currently finishing our investment stage and will be announcing the date of our grand opening shortly - probably in January.

I just checked out your site. Very nice! I like it. Perhaps we can talk more about our schools and see if there is anywhere that we would be able to collaborate. Email me at, and I can send you copies of our Jiahua Blog, and we can continue this discussion in private. Cheers.
At 11:07am on October 6, 2009, Robert said…
on its way
At 3:25pm on October 4, 2009, Robert said…
Hi Dawn I heard it was not downloading in the right format so I am putting it into a pdf file to send out. The China Gov. has many of the ftp sites blocked so you will need to have a proxy server to get on the site and download it. I can show you a hard copy but I only have one or I can make a vcd for you. If you want to meet over the holiday.
At 11:13am on September 4, 2009, Haithem Safadi said…
lol, Hi Dawn, about the new design and concept, that is for sure one of my philosophy in creativity, I hope I will find the right place of work soon I come to china in the 19th of september and I like to thank you for your kind message hoping to keep in touch... haithem
At 7:06am on August 27, 2009, RobRocks said…
Hello Dawn,are you reading to the children?are the children learning to read?what age are the children?nursery children,k1,k2 or k3???


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