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  • Sa Yang
    Sa Yang wrote:

    Need a chinese school to motivate and speed up your chinese lerning??

    MEC Mandarin Education Center (www.mecledu.com)
     
    MEC has been opened to all the people who wish to study the Chinese language and who want to know more about Chinese culture, with professional teachers and multiple cultural programs available. MEC offers not only the right program that helping you to reach your language goals but can also provide cultural activities and exposure to China's history.
    Overview

    Language training

    MEC offers General Chinese, Business Chinese and HSK and Company Chinese Language Test Preparation courses. All Mandarin Chinese Courses are designed to provide students with the necessary language and cultural skills to succeed in both a personal and professional Chinese language environment. Each course consists of speaking, listening, reading and writing, while also gaining cultural understanding. The two points are the most important to improve Chinese language progress, they are:


    • Speaking and Listening Class – Speaking Class primarily focuses on correct pronunciation and word usage. This class is designed to improve speaking and listening skills so that students feel more confident when using new grammar and vocabulary in real-life situations. We provide ample opportunity for students to speak more, which we believe is the key to improvement. The listening class focuses on listening to different Mandarin speakers in different situations, so that students can practice listening and understanding skills.


    • Grasp the Grammar– Having the fundamental grammar skills, sentence structure and vocabulary are the basic skills for students to grasp Chinese language. MEC teachers have lots of experience in teaching students in this regard by using text books as well as other media. Our teaching style leaves students more at ease at using the language.

    Culture Activities
     
     

    MEC always arranges many interesting and meaningful activities that help student to learn more about Chinese language and Chinese culture, such as:

     
     
    Chinese Cooking
     
    China is a country where the preparation and appreciation of food has been developed to the highest level.
    The art of Chinese cooking has been developed and refined over many centuries. Emperor Fuxi taught people to fish, hunt, grow crops and&nbs
     
     
    Calligraphy
     
    Calligraphy has endured for more than 2,000 years, and evolved into five main ways of writing each with different techniques. Even today, these are still followed and practiced often as a hobby.
    Just as calligraphy is an art p
     
     
    Chinese Chess
     
    Xiangqi is a two-player Chinese board game originated from military strategies in the Spring and Autumn and the Warring States Periods, by which time there had been official documents about the game. The early-stage xiangqi was composed of three components: che
     
     
    Mahjong
     
    Mah-jong is a competitive game with a history in China. As it is played with tiles, similar in physical description to those used in dominoes but engraved with Chinese symbols and characters,mah-jong is also jokingly called a game to "move" or &am
     
    Chinese Traditional Instrument
     
    The Zheng, commonly known as Guzheng, (pronounced "Goo-Jeng"), is a plucked string instrument that is part of the zither family. It is one of the most ancient Chinese musical instruments, and is mentioned in documents written in the Qin dynasty&nbs
     
     
    Chinese Massage
     
    Chinese massage, also called Tuina, is an Oriental Bodywork Therapy that has been used in China for 2,000 years. Tuina uses the traditional Chinese med

  • 叮噹叔叔 (令狐叮噹)

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    To save money, perhaps?

  • Jimmychin
    Jimmychin wrote:

    Don't any business here~

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