The Fastest Way to  Learn the Chinese Language

The Fastest Way to Learn the Chinese Language

How to Learn Chinese Quickly Many language experts agree, out of all the languages around the world, Chinese is one of the most difficult languages to learn, especially for English speakers. The U.S. State Department of Foreign Service estimates that it takes approximately 88 weeks of study to achieve fluency in Mandarin, the most widely-spoken … Continue reading »

What You Need To Memorise Before Chinese Exams

What You Need To Memorise Before Chinese Exams

What to memorise for chinese exams? Although chinese is a language subject that generally does not depend on memory to do well, past experiences have taught me that memorising some stuff before going into the exam hall can make a significant difference in a student’s results, particularly students who are performing poorly due to weak … Continue reading »

Do You Need Chinese Tuition? Find Out Now

Do You Need Chinese Tuition? Find Out Now

Ways To Find Out If You Need Chinese Tuition in Singapore Students and parents often use their most recent chinese exam results to determine if they should enrol in chinese enrichment or tuition classes. Although this is a fairly accurate method, not all students who score poor chinese grades require tuition, nor should all students … Continue reading »

Secondary School Chinese VS Primary School Chinese

Secondary School Chinese VS Primary School Chinese

How is secondary school chinese different from primary school chinese For upper primary school students who have heard intimidating stories about how much harder secondary school chinese is compared to primary school chinese, their concerns may change after they read this article. Secondary school chinese requires a different set of skills to succeed and the … Continue reading »

Benefits of Chinese Tuition

Benefits of Chinese Tuition

Benefits of having chinese tuition in Singapore Chinese is a subject many students stuggle with, most students who are weak in chinese usually just aim for a pass in their chinese exams. However, the chinese is just an important a subject as maths and science in the context of Singapore’s education system, scoring high grades … Continue reading »