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About Where to Study Chinese in China

Tianjin, with its pleasant atmosphere and convenient conditions for learning standard Chinese spoken language, is an excellent location for overseas students. You can download a DVD about their program.


A site for Koreans who wants to practice their conversational English.

College of International Education (CIE)

The College of International Education (CIE) at Tianjin University of Technology offers Chinese language programs that enable international students to gain proficiency in the Chinese language. Participants have ranged from beginners to the advanced. Apart from the language programs, elective courses such as Kungfu (Chinese martial arts), Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, Chinese traditional musical instruments, Beijing opera, etc. are also available.


Communicaid designs and delivers French, German, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese Language Training Courses. They conduct and assessment of your need to design a course to match your needs. The teachers are dual-qualified trainers (bankers, financiers, etc, as well as linguists).

Dali Chinese College

Dali Chinese College is a Chinese language school in the historic town of Dali, Yunnan Province. This school offers language classes at all levels, HSK prep classes, business Chinese as well as guided travel in Yunnan and Sichuan.

Japanese Langauge

This web site aims to offer you useful resources in order to help you to understand the Japanese language better. Here you'll find a little bit of history and common phrases. Additionally, the site contains links to schools, products and other resources.

Japanese Pod 101

Learn Japanese with free daily Podcasts (MP3 format). It can be automatically downloaded for free into your iTunes. Stop by the site for informal conversation, accompanying PDF, and learn Kanji with Kanji Close-up.

Los Angeles Chinese Learning Center

Los Angeles Chinese Learning Center is a non-profit, non-religious and non-political organization that provides customized Chinese classes in Los Angeles and Orange County. The provide information regarding Chinese language learning, Chinese medicine, Chinese business culture, Chinese stock research, etc.

Rosetta Stone

They sell software to learn foreign languages. Languages include: Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), Danish, Dutch, English (UK), English (US), Farsi (Persian), French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese (BR), Russian, Spanish (Latin America), Spanish (Spain), Swahili, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Vietnamese, and Welsh. You can view their website in English and Spanish.

Study Chinese (Mandarin)

The College of International Education (CIE) at Tianjin University of Technology (TUT), China, offers Chinese language programs that enable international students to gain proficiency in the language. Participants have ranged from beginners to the advanced, who need a strong foundation in the language, who are interested in Chinese culture, or who simply intend to live and travel in China.

You Learn Cantonese

This website gives you an introduction to learning the Cantonese language and directs you to resources where you can learn Cantonese. It also has a synopsis of the history of Cantonese and where it is spoken.

You Learn Japanese

This site is geared for people who are thinking about learning Japanese. There is an explanation of the language and why you should learn it and a brief tutorial. They provide links to schools and other resources.

You Learn Mandarin

This is a portal of general information, language word lists, website links, and course information that will enable individuals to learn Mandarin. In other words, this site is a starting point for further learning. There is also a history of the language and map of the China.

Zap Chinese

Learn Chinese online with audio lessons, vocabulary, grammar, phrasebook. This site includes a list of Chinese teachers/tutors around the world. You can see videos on-line of how to write the letters.

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