Chinese New Year is filled with different phases from relaxation, stress, beautiful weather, terrible weather, peace and quiet, and unrelenting fireworks.
The goal of this class is not only to teach students the necessary vocabulary, but also provide students with the cultural know-how to thrive in a professional Chinese business setting.
Essentially, We are all having too much fun.
Quite often I hear a lot of students' state that Chinese people sound so aggressive when they speak, and always sound like they are in a quarrel with somebody. There's a famous joke where a western lady sees two people looking like they are in a very heated argument and decides to call the police...
Monopoly, Cards against Humanity, Risk, UNO , Mazhong, and many more board games!
Studying Chinese has its ups and downs and we all have ridden the Mandarin struggle bus from time to time.
When you first arrive in Beijing, house hunting can be time-consuming and stressful. These tips can help ease the process and help you find an apartment that suits your needs.
Get into the Halloween spirit with the Sinology Institute's Pints and Pumpkins. Drink a beer, carve a pumpkin, and practice Chinese with some of our teachers. Carving Materials, a beer and a pumpkin are included in the price.