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  • Liang
    Liang wrote:
    Speaking Chinese
    As a Chinese
    Free Mandarin Course
    Free Chinese language teaching Club for foreigner only 30 seats
    Chinese Culture Salon is an institution dedicated to promoting Sino-foreign cultural exchanges. As a non-governmental international cultural ambassador, since 2002, Chinese Culture Salon has hosted many Chinese and foreign cultural exchanges activity, and training activities. Well received recognition by the foreigner and internationals students in Beijing. Chinese traditional painting and calligraphy and other art technique has a long history, Their long history of traditional Chinese painting and calligraphy, with its mood of profound secret techniques to make so many our international friends whom dream of the Department of the Soul.
    Chinese Culture Salon with the China Central Academy of Fine Arts.
    The National Academy of Chinese Theater Art.
    Beijing Normal University.
    Beijing Language and Culture University.
    Beijing foreign Studies University.
    A strong professional qualified scholar group
    We are services for every our international friends whom living in Beijing.

    We have free Chinese language teaching Club on every Wednesday 7:30 (pm) hosted by Chinese Culture Salon Free Chinese Language Club for foreigner only 30 seats
    Because of our tea-house owner offer the best place we should spend 30 rmb
    To enjoy the best Chinese tea
    Address:
    No 10 WuDaoYing HuTong Dongcheng District Beijing
    Subway Line 2 and 5 YongHeGong(雍和宫Lama Temple) station D exit walk to North 40m turn left 20m
    Email: Liangshiran@163.com
    MSN: Lshiran1981@hotmail.com
    Tel: 010-59792176 Mr. Liang 15110246637
    Ms. Fu 13661233677

    We will be based on your situation; you develop teaching plans to ensure that you have enough high learning efficiency. This Free Mandarin Course forever.
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