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where to learn chinese?
Feb 10, 2007 15:17
  • GRACE28
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Hello all!

i am going to study chinese in china from september this year. i compare many programs in many university but still can't be sure which one to choose. any one can suggest me please, please :))

i cant wait when i can speck chinese ^_^ .

also do you know how long it takes usually to get HSK8 level if study hard.

Can you please share which HSK level you get and what most hard it was in passing it?

ah this is university that i choosed by now.

http://www.ices.cn/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=253&Itemid=67

cheers !
and all good luck to study chinese ^_^
Feb 10, 2007 18:54
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  • GRACE28
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oh i don't know how to apload videos. i have made one in ningbo, its water show in Tian Ji Square, did anyone see it? it looks great with classic music sounds, unfortunately couldn't make a sound in video.

enjoy !

http://one.revver.com/watch/150804
Feb 11, 2007 07:35
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  • SHAOLINMONK
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Hi,

please take a look at

http://www.trip-to-chhina.com

It is a good place for learning chinese language and you can combine it with martial arts/tai chi.

Best wishes
ShaolinMonk
Feb 12, 2007 06:49
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  • OLIVIA1999
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recommend you a Chinese penpals and friend find community
www.lehere.com,a little useful for you maybe
Feb 12, 2007 11:01
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  • GRACE28
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^_^ thank you for advice shaolin monk and olivia

cheers
Mar 5, 2007 18:58
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Mar 7, 2007 02:05
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  • WISELOST
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I just found out this interesting website that offers interesting summer programs on chinese language and culture, language and martial arts, business chinese etc in beijing and shanghai..
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They even have this unique study plus internship program!! check their site www.chinasemester.com
Mar 9, 2007 00:59
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  • ADAMMER
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It depend on which city you're going to live.
Mar 30, 2007 17:02
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  • NIHAOSH
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If you go to Shanghai, you can get some information from www.shanghaiedge.com
they provide very practical services like chinese training, accommodation and even an intership oppertunitity in big companies.
Mar 31, 2007 10:07
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Standard Chinese language programs (Mandarin) for international students at all levels from beginners to the advanced: long-term program (1 to 4 semesters), short-term program (4 to 12 weeks), summer program (4 to 8 weeks), bachelor degree program (4 years), mini-class program (1 to 5 persons) at College of International Education Tianjin University of Technology, China.

Contact:
gmail.com|cietianjin
eyou.com|cietianjin

Website:
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http://www.tjut.edu.cn/gjjy


Apr 9, 2007 01:15
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  • MARKCHEN
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i am in Shanghai now

i don't think the school you choosed is very good

there are many other better schools you can choose

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