Can you read and write Chinese?
Characters are an essential part of Chinese culture and by learning them you get a deeper understanding of the language and in the long term helps you master Chinese faster as not only can you read Chinese magazines, maps, books etc., but your mind is able to make an extra association and stronger connections with words. Not only that, but it makes calligraphy and playing mahjong much easier!
Also, learning characters is essential if you are planning to enter a Chinese university or take the HSK exam.
Our Reading & Writing 10 Chinese course consists of 2 afternoon lessons every day in an interactive group class made up of students from across the globe to learn this ancient language format.
2 group lessons a day from Monday to Friday
10 language lessons a week
Learn reading and writing Chinese characters
Small classes, maximum 12 students and minimum 3 students
50 minutes per lesson
Minimum age 16 years old
International student mix
Flexible intake and start dates
To apply for your Chinese course, please complete the online registration
International Mobile :+86 133 2220 2227
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