Learning Chinese mandarin for kids

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Learning Chinese mandarin for kids

Post by chomas » Mon Aug 31, 2015 4:44 am

I am a Dutchman. I planned to live in china for a period time. I can speak a little mandarin, but my eight years old son can’t speak any Chinese. I hope to find a online Chinese learning website. One of my friends recommended me Hanbridage Mandarin school. But I am not sure whether this school can meet me requirement? Someone can give me any advice, thanks!!!

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Re: Learning Chinese mandarin for kids

Post by Alicece » Tue Sep 08, 2015 4:26 am

It's really very good timing, i have studied Chinese in Hanbridge Mandarin since last years, everything is good except the price a little high, but it is worth to pay it. Have a try!

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Re: Learning Chinese mandarin for kids

Post by Sanfrod74 » Wed Oct 14, 2015 10:53 am

Hello dear. I am sending my kids to Phoenix pre-k and they are getting nothing on mandatory basis. Even the best thing is that they are creating a healthy environment for the kids, so that they can learn more.

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