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We are International communication center, and we also provide a lot of kinds of  Mandarin courses,such as intensive Chinese, speaking, HSK tutoring and so on. And our teacher are experienced in Mandarin teaching and working in famous Universities. BTW, They also have teaching certifications.

And our center has also a lot of activities, like handwriting classes, taiji and so on. we also have organized a lot of theme trip.

if you need, please contact me.

Email: jiangyanyao@126.com


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maybe you can join my we chat.i can teach you to learn Chine one on one  ,i am a merchandiser in a foreign trade company , so only can teach in my spare time ,but only rub 35 per hour ,if ok,please contact with me!

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