I graduated from the top 15 universities in China and came to Dublin last year to further study at Smurfit to go for my dreamful career path.
While in China, I have been a part-time bilingual teacher (teach English to Chinese and teach Chinese to foreigners) on a local website since 2016 and have accumulated a large number of experiences (students including adults and children both languages) and remember all those moving moments! I also established a buddy program within my class here given we are all going to work globally -shared stories, organized activities, and exchanged languages. My classmates and friends enjoyed it a lot!
Thanks to the experience and my mom who’s been the best Chinese teacher in our city and continued to offer me advice, I’ve sorted out some tips regarding how to learn Chinese in a more efficient and interesting way! I love interactions with my students and love to hear about their experiences in the meanwhile. I believe the studying/teaching journey will be mutually companies with fun and surprises by virtue of sharing and learning the country’s culture, customs, society, people, and any other interesting topics according to your needs.
The journey will never let you down my friends:)
With a tutor be ready to share tips/‘tricks’ in person, leveraging the past experiences and peaceful/amazing views around, it will be easy and relaxing to learn Mandarin here in Dublin.
Nothing is so difficult if you’ve got the right company and practice a lot:)!
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