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Learning Chinese in Haikou
Jan 17, 2013 09:45
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GUEST24766 hello everyone,

i'm thinking on spending a month in Haikou to study chinese but honestly I cannot afford one-to-one school courses
so, I was wondering if there is still someone available to make me have some cheap one-to-one lessons regularly in March.
I'd judge my level as intermediate and I think I'd take 2 or 3h of private courses per day, in the afternoon.

thx guys,
have a nice day,
Roberta
Mar 1, 2013 04:23
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GUEST12230 [quote=GUEST42108,453094]Hello Everybody !
I am in Haikou now. I would like to get full time or part time english job in haikou
May 28, 2013 02:41
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GUEST73046 We are looking for a Native Speaker with teaching experience for part-time job:
- small group
- students from Europe
- Haikou, Hainan province
- Start time: summer 2013
- E-mail: me.com|melisenta
Aug 1, 2013 23:54
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  • FOUAD
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Hi everybody
My name is fouad I and I m personal training I wold like to gev same private trining and I can teach English
If any of you interesting I wold like to gev sam private classes this is my email yahoo.com|jaimeegachouch
Aug 5, 2013 06:52
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Hello friends,

Thanks for sharing this information with us.
Aug 8, 2013 20:39
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you can definitely not extend any visa indefinitely.
Nov 30, 2013 08:13
#27  
GUESTLARS so where are u now sir? are u back in canada?
are u still willing to teach mandarin?
thanks!
Nov 30, 2013 18:54
#28  
GUEST28217
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Originally Posted by GUEST92153

Hi Mike (and others),

If you are in Haikou and interested in meeting other expats, we have a group that meets weekly at Coffee World in Guomao Wednesdays around four. It's very informal, just chatting over coffee. Kids very welcome!

Hope to see you there.

~Nicki



Can't find Coffe World on Guomao road... did it change name? Did you change venue?
Feb 28, 2014 01:44
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GUEST61237 Dear All,

I will be relocating to Sanya soon and i am very new to this part of the world, i am from India like to know details on below, i going to work for company there.

Cost of living, want to learn mandarin and nice to place to know the other nationalities and locals. Please guide me what all to be carried
hotmail.com|shajipk
Feb 17, 2015 06:44
#30  
GUEST59134 Hey there!

I am planning to study at PLS Haikou and wanted to ask if someone hasrecently been there? How are the courses?
And are they strict about attendance? :) I just really wanna see a lot of the Island and don't think the weekends will offer enough time :D

Thanks!!!!
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