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Let’s travel and learn Chinese together

Welcome to join in our school travel activity(Cuandixia爨底下).A beautiful, old, well keeped small village. The fee contains travel fee+ lunch fee + water fee. If you want to visit this wonderful place.welcome to join us and follow us to explore this amazing village Read more »

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Chineser Culture- about Chinese families

“四室同堂”/“Four generations under one roof” 指的是一家有祖孙四代人,中国人一般向往“四世同堂”的家庭。“三口之家”是指一对夫妇有一个孩子的小家庭。现在,中国人的家庭以“三口之家”为多。 Read more »

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Beginner Chinese Group Class in the evening

Beginner Chinese Group Class in the evening Time Table: Monday ~ Friday(5days / week) 18:00-20:00 (1class=50 mimutes,10minutes break) Level: Zero Beginners Class type: Group class, at most 4 students Learn Chinese in joy atmosphere, have a try! Read more »

China and Tea: 中国和茶

China is one of the largest tea-producing countries and tea culture has profound influence on Chinese people’s habits and customs.Tea is one of the daily necessities in many Chinese families. Learn more about tea culture and how to talk tea with your Chinese friends. Read more »

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X2 Students’ Visa and Chinese Class

Are you worried about the visa? Do you want to stay in China and study while you work?Are you a crazy Chinese lover? If all your answers are yes, then welcome to Joy Mandarin. We can help arrange your student visa whilst you're studying here with us. Read more »

Getting a haircut – From Spicy Chinese 《麻辣汉语》

Chinese has a few different words that can be translated into the English word "cut". When getting a haircut, it's important to use the right one to avoid the shock of your barber pulling out an unexpected implement to get the job done. Learn about the difference between 剪 (jiǎn) and 切 (qiē) with thus Spicy Chinese cartoon lesson. Read more »

A Year’s Plan Starts with Spring

A Chinese saying goes that “a year’s plan starts with spring”. It emphasizes the importance of spring in the whole year, meaning the whole year’s work depends on a good start in spring and that everything should be prepared as early as possible. Read more »