Beijing is an amazing city with many different types of great and delicious food. China has many provinces with many distinct flavors, taste, and variations. Today, I am going to share with you some of favorite foods as well as some of the more interesting foods that I have had in China.

Now that the World Cup is over... what are we going to do?

Stop by the Sinology Institute courtyard for a game of Mahjong!

Every four years, World Cup Fever sweeps the international community. All across the world, people have gathered to watch the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Beijing has been no exception. The World Cup is one of the hottest topics in our Chinese group class. All of our students have watched closely to see which teams make it through the rounds and become World Cup champions.

Tennis is a great sport to play in the summer, fall, and spring in Beijing. Beijing has many indoor and outdoor courts to play on.

On a Chinese class, a teacher is teaching a Japanes student how to make a phone call or pick up a phone call. The teacher give student four choices when there is a phone call coming.

A Norwegian master acupuncturist? Unheard of! That is, until you meet the one and only Arne Kausland. Arne Kausland is one of the many international students at the Sinology Institute that brings his or her special flair to the table; Kausland's being his passion for acupuncture. 

Did you know our principal loves playing chess? Last Sunday, principle JiaoYu joined The Beijing Chess Lovers Club for a few rounds of chess and good company.

Principal Jiao of the Beijing Sinology Institute was interviewed by China Daily newspaper about their advanced theories on Chinese language teaching on January 4th, 2013.