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All you need to know about intensive one-on-one mandarin lessons

intensive one-on-one mandarin lessons
Because of your busy schedule, you may be wondering what the best option for studying abroad is for you. Could there be a course that allows you to dive deep into the language while staying customized to you, your language needs and time off work schedule? The answer is yes there is and it’s called intensive one-on-one Mandarin learning. At Keats...

How to Learn Basic Mandarin: Our 6 Useful Tips

learn basic mandarin
Let’s be honest, you’re not going to be fluent in basic Mandarin in 2 weeks of language learning through an app. And if you’re thinking of going that way, you’re not going to fully comprehend the language, the characters and the tones. It’s just not possible to learn such a comprehensive language in two weeks. Instead, come to Keats School in...

Mandarin vs. Cantonese: which language to learn

Mandarin vs. Cantonese
Whether you’re a business professional or a student, being able to communicate with potential clients, professors, or future managers, is a skill you’ll never regret gaining. So, one of the most important questions new Chinese learners must ask themselves is: “Should I learn Mandarin or Cantonese?” The short answer is that you should learn Mandarin. But, let us explain why in...

Why Keats School is a Qualified Chinese Language School

Where’s it located? What programs are offered? Are there flexible start dates? Is the school qualified for your needs? Those are just a few of the frequently asked questions students have. To give you a better idea of why Keats School in Kunming, China is your best bet for becoming fluent in Mandarin, continue reading. We’re sharing with you our...

Interview with Elle Lee, Style Blogger

Elle Lee is a style blogger, fashion writer that explores trends and share her point of view of style and beauty tips. Interview by Dominique Musorrafiti She also does vlogging on Youtube and Youku from time to time. Being an ex-fashion model and a current fashion columnist/writer, Elle has a unique way of bringing selected international and regional influential topics to...

7 Practical Tips on How to Save Money as a Student Abroad

We know that it’s already expensive to pack up your life and move across the world for your education. We want it to be easy for you to come to Kunming, China to study Mandarin, instead of worrying about your bank account balance. Because of this, we’ve decided to share some practical tips on how to save money as a student...

The History Of International Shipping In China

International Shipping In China
Home to more than 2,000 ports that all play host to hundreds of thousands of ships from across the globe every year, the history of international shipping in China is a somewhat staggering one. From the welcoming of the first overseas container in September 1973 that led to the sheer volume of shipping from China to UK ports and beyond...

China’s central SOEs achieve 2017 steel, coal capacity cut goals

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China's centrally administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs) achieved their annual steel and coal capacity reduction goals in 2017, the SOE watchdog said Wednesday. Last year, central SOEs eliminated steel production capacity by 5.95 million tonnes and coal capacity by 27.03 million tonnes, both beating annual target, said Shen Ying, chief accountant of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC). The SOEs...

Chinese hackers: The most famous hacker groups

We often hear about cyber-attacks being carried out and hackers cracking governmental websites or huge businesses as well as hackers getting their hands on sensitive data. by Jolie Lenkewicz Of course, there is a fair share of hackers not interested in governmental secrets – they usually want to steal Internet user personal information like identity or financial credentials. While there is a...

The Hani Village of Qingkou in Yuanyang

The Hani Village of Qingkou (元阳箐口哈尼民俗村) is located 7 km from the Yuanyang old town. The center of the village is the stone-paved Central Square. The east of the square is the Hani Cultural Exhibition Hall composed of several mushroom houses behind two bronze drums. Shown in the hall is the splendid sight of the Hani people carving the...
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