This course is designed for the foreign beginners who don’t have any foundation of Chinese. In order to avoid foreign students’
Our Daily Chinese course follows the ACTFL, CEFR and HSK reference level standards and is divided into three phases with 9 levels
Our Business Chinese courses have been specifically developed for foreign business people who are looking to develop and improve
Our Smile Chinese for Young Learners curriculum has been specifically designed for learners aged 3 - 9 years.
This course has been specifically designed for learners with zero-based learning and conducts a comprehensive overview of consonants,
Characters are an essential part of Chinese culture and by learning them you get a deeper understanding of the language and in the long
Our Chinese for Tourism course is specifically designed for students intending to travel to China or improve their Chinese for all aspects of
China's Hanyu Shuiping Kaoshi (HSK) is the standardized national test used to determine the fluency of non-native speakers in Chinese and is
This is the only official test for non-native speakers’ Business Chinese level, and it was developed by Peking University at the request of
Smile Chinese School tries its best to design the proper Chinese curriculum and teaching pattern to provide our foreign friends with the first-class studying environment.
I am from Italy, I am satisfy with school' s service at airport pick up, accommodation and meal. I feel relieved.
25 Jul 2016 by Linda
I study many things about Chinese culture in Smile Chinese school, such as calligraphy, paper-cut, tea art and so on. I am really interested in these.
25 Jul 2016 by Ross
The atmosphere of school is warm and full of energy which make me enjoy studying Chinese in school. So cool！
25 Jul 2016 by Brent
Spring Festivalis the most important festival in China lasting more than 4000 years.The celebration traditionally runs from the first day of first month to the fifteenth day in Chinese lunar calender.Usually a month ago,people begin to buy food,new clothe
Lantern Festivalis one of the Chinese traditional festivals on the fifteenth day of first month in Chinese lunar calender.In China,the first lunar month is called yuan-month and in the ancient times people called night xiao.And the 15thday is the first ni
Qing Ming Festival(清明节) ,one of the 24 seasonal division points in China, falling on April 4-6 each year.After the festival, the temperature will rise up and rainfall increases. It is the high time for spring plowing and sowing. But the Qingming Festival
Dragon Boat Festivalas a traditional Chinese festival,has been declared a “world intangible heritage”.It’s celebrated on fifth day of fifth month in Chinese lunar calendar.There are many legends about the evolution of the festival, the most popular of whi
QiXi Festivalon the 7th day of the 7th lunar month, is a traditional festival full of romance.There is a beautiful love story passed down from generation to generation. Long, long ago, there was an honest and kind-hearted fellow named Niu Lang (Cowhand)li
Mid-Autumn Festivalfalls on the 15th day of the 8th lunar monthin Chinese lunarcalendar,which is the second most important festival. It is said that Chang E is living in the moon with Yu Tu,a cute rabbit.People in different places follow various customs,