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December 17, 2010

2011 Learning Chinese Lauguage

Contact Imformation:

CANADA COMPANY US COMPANY                                      

63 Dundurn Street S. Hamilton

ON L8P 4J9

923 Arch Street, Philadelphia,

PA 19107 USA








Shirley Lau Ms                                          

Keke Wang Mr.

Required Qualifications:

1.    Foreign Passport holder

2.    Never attended similar training program in the past 5 years

3.  Teacher Certificate and/or relevant experience;

4.   Love of Chinese language teaching

5.   Good physical health (see notes)

6.    Possess excellent communication skills.


Approved participants will be required to provide a doctor’s note (at their own expense) regarding their state of health noting any health issues, which may impede their training while in China.

Duration: 2 weeks Chinese Language program from March 25, 2011 to April 09, 2011 and/or plus 1 week extended travel (optional, cost extra)


Learning Chinese is very popular now. In fact, it is one of the most popular foreign languages in most language schools around the world. It is not uncommon to see Non-Chinese in different parts of the world speak Chinese as more and more cultural and business transaction takes place between China and the world.

The Chinese speak different dialects in different parts of China. In fact, there are more than 1,000 Chinese dialects and Chinese dialect speakers in different parts of China are likely not to understand one another. However, there is only one main dialect that everyone in China will share in common and will understand one another. That official dialect is Mandarin and Mandarin is also a unifying dialect and language that Chinese in all parts of the world can understand and communicate with one another.

However, it can be difficult learning a language in a classroom without immersing in the culture or mingling with the native people. Your best approach towards learning Chinese lies in learning within China itself if you want to pick up the Chinese language quickly and efficiently. 

New Century Education Consulting Services of Canada has introduced a 2-week learning Chinese program for Foreign Teachers in 2011.

Benefits of Learning Chinese: 

1.  Chinese has become the language of choice and it is not only being taught in high school and college, but online as well.

2.  More than 1 billion people speak the Chinese language. Being able to learn Chinese is not only fun, but it's also becoming an essential skill for business people and world travelers alike

3.Mastering the Chinese language opens doors to nearly one-fifth of the world's population. Standard Mandarin is spoken in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore,Malaysia and many other regions of the world.

4. Learning another language gives you another viewpoint 

5. Learning Chinese will give you a competitive advantage

6. Family and Community - If you have relatives who don't speak English, but only Chinese, it's so great to be able to speak with them in Chinese.  If you also live within a Chinese community, it's nice to be able to relate to neighbors and friends speaking their language

  7. Work -If your work involves regular contact with speakers of Chinese languages, being able to talk to them in their own languages will help you to communicate with them. It may also help you to make sales and to negotiate and secure contracts. Knowledge of Chinese languages may also increase your chances of finding a new job, getting a promotion or a transfer overseas, or of going on China business trips

8. Certificate issued by Office of the State of Hanban (certificate will not be issued if you have three Unexcused absences)

Program Features:

1.Culture in teaching Chinese, Skill of making teaching material & Teaching methods of Chinese as second language CSL   

2. Contemporary Chinese

3.Workshop and seminar

4.Course: Chinese gramma

5.Shoaling Gongfu Show & Shadowboxing

6 .School visit and in class visit

7.Multimedia & Chinese Classical Music

8.National Center for the Performing Arts

9.Painting and Calligraphy

10. Culture exploration: Great Wall, The Ming’s Emperor Tomb, Great Wall, The Ming’s Emperor Tomb, Tian’an men, the Forbidden City, Jingshan, National Stadium ( bird's nest ), National Aquatics Center (water cube), China Nationalities Museum, the Temple of Heave, Liulichang, Silk Market and more to be named.

Please click on following links for details:

Application Form HSL 2011

2011 China HSL Training Itinerary

Trip Planning Form 2011


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