Yearly Archives: 2011


You can learn Mandarin in China and be paid! This is not a jock. You will be paid A$200 per week and a return ticket to China if you can work as a kindergarten teacher for six months. You will also have free accommodation and the foods in China is […]

Be paid to learn Mandarin in China


Are you learning Japanese in High School? Do you need help with Kei Go, Speaking or Kanji? Do you want find a more interesting thing to do in this holiday? Please come and join our holiday Japanese course for high school students.   Please follow and like us:

Holiday Japanese Course for High School Students


Pin Yin is very important for Mandarin learners. It help you with the pronunciation and you also need to know Pin Yin to look up the dictionary. Mandarin teachers also need to type Pin Yin for their worksheet. A lot people found it is not easy to type Pin Yin. […]

Convert Pin Yin to Mandarin (Chinese)



One of our tutor is a certified Mandarin and Japanese teacher. She taught Japanese in China, Mandarin in Japan and both Mandarin and Japanese in Singapore and Australia. I once asked her the difference of learning Mandarin and Japanese for English speakers, below are some tips. Mandarin and English has […]

Mandarin (Chinese) and Japanese Difference


Just read an article about the tutor research result. It seems more and more parents are paying tutors for their kids these days. Though there are many cheap on line tutor website, only 2% people choose online tutor. Most of the parents (over 60%) prefer one-on-one Tutor. This is even […]

One-on-One tutor preferred