Education

Eliazian Lilia

Eliazian Lilia (Russia): "Chinese people are very patient, polite and friendly, so even if I couldn’t express myself they would always try their best to understand, and if worse came ...

An interview with Galal Walker, expert in Chinese language teaching. Walker has been committed to Chinese teaching for over 30 years, and several thousand students have been trained under his ...
Muhammad Meeran Ali Shah

Muhammad Meeran Ali Shah, (Pakistan): "When I first got to China I couldn’t say a word aside from 'nihao' (hello) and 'xiexie' (thank you), but now I have virtually no ...
Chinese and oveseas universities

What are the differences between Chinese and overseas universities? This question sometimes puzzles foreign students in China. To answer it, we should compare them in terms of the following aspects.

Fauziya B. S Ilelah, Nigeria: "What fascinate me the most are Chinese fans. In the past, I would have said: isn’t fanning air the only purpose of a fan? In ...

Hachiya Makoto from Japan, champion of the 3rd “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for International Students Studying in China: "My way of learning Chinese is – singing Chinese songs. Back ...

Matthew Frigon, U.S.: "I was so glad to study at Nankai University despite my limited Chinese skills, otherwise I couldn’t start my work in China. Here, I not only learn ...
Plamen Legkostup

An interview with Professor Plamen Legkostup, former Rector of the St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria: "In recent years, China has taken actions to protect its ...

Wang Minfeng (Indonesia): "After studying Chinese in Indonesia for a period of time, many of the students will go to China for further study. Their attitude towards learning while living ...

Wang Yuelin (Ethiopia): "Perhaps energized by appreciation of my effort at learning their language, the students themselves began to work even harder at Chinese".

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