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Learning Chinese in Haikou
Dec 28, 2011 05:42
#11  
GUEST42108 Hello Everybody !
I am in Haikou now. I would like to get full time or part time english job in haikou. There is no problem of visa . My wife is chinese. So just job !
I would like to start in January 2012.
Plz contact me as early as possible.
My email : hotmail.com|hafiz_abbas95
Dec 28, 2011 07:35
#12  
Haikou is a great place to retire but not necessarily to build a career as a relatively young foreigner. Having just written that, unless you love frigidly cold weather, it is probably the best (some would say only) place to live in China. Like South Florida in relation to the rest of the states, most of Haikou's residents are transplants from other provinces. Consequently, you can find every regional cuisine nicely represented in Hainan's capital city.

Thanks and Regards.
Michael
Last edited by MICHAELCHIARELLO: Dec 28, 2011 07:36
Jan 17, 2012 11:02
#13  
GUEST14094 Hi guys

Im 35 years old european and Im planninng to move from Bangkok to Haikou in couple of days to learn chinese
My budget is really low so I need a job as ESL teacher there
Any recommendation for learning Chinese and teaching English pls sent to yahoo.com|mojmilenko

Thanks in advance

Mile
May 27, 2012 01:23
#14  
GUEST20244 New Mandarin Language School GSW starting a summer camp soon. Should be interesting hainanschool.net/en
Jun 28, 2012 10:19
#15  
GUESTTOM Hi I'm traveling with my son to haiku and was hoping to immerse him in Chinese language with a home stay, language school, and activities with local children... Any suggestions?
Jul 8, 2012 04:18
#16  
GUEST29201 Hi!
I'm K. Mykyta ukrainian student from Kyev.
I want learn at China .
My dream is graduate from chinese university - may be Magister Programe.
FOr starting , I want learn at summer language programme 1 or 2 month.
Confirm pls can I learn at your University at nearest future - 25 July -3 Aug.


Thanks
Mykyta K .
Kyiv
mail.ru|00629
kapatsyna <gmail.com|kapatsyna>
+380634279960
Nov 9, 2012 04:55
#17  
GUEST73109 Hello
I, too would like to come to HPLS. I want to stay in China for 2 years to learn Mandarin. I sent the school an email and received an auto response back from them and nothing else. I called the phone number listed on their site - no answer. How do you get in touch with a real live human being? Is there another phone number I can call?

Are the apartments located near the school and are they safe?

I'm a USA educator teaching English in Africa. I will be in China the latter part of December 2012. Is the school still functioning after the typhoon?

Nov 10, 2012 18:56
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feeling so excited to see this post! I am Hainanese living in Sydney,teaching Mandarin and English full time! Any questions regarding to Hainan or Chinese learning, I am very happy to share my opinions!:)

Here is my homepage:http://www.facebook.com/pages/Learning-Chinese/275169952600083
Nov 28, 2012 03:10
#19  
GUEST62213 hi dear,
did u mean to study Chinese in Haikou?which school?maybe I can give u some help.
I'm preparing a international private school,a tiny home school,because primary education in Haikou is very poor .some parents want me to teach their kids.and I need a foreigner as parttime English teacher,if you can teach anything else,that's better.
by the way,you can have a best Chinese teacher.-)I graduated from the best university in China,
and ,we can be friends.
my mobile(Haikou):15109892701

eveline
Nov 28, 2012 03:13
#20  
GUEST62213 by the way ,my email is :yeah.net|edelweissgzh
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