Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Discussions on tuition centres/enrichment services that specialise in Chinese.

Which is your preferred Chinese enrichment programme?

Apple Pie Language
8
1%
Berries
325
40%
Busy Bees Learning Centre
31
4%
Eduplus Language Centre
28
3%
Hua Language Centre
32
4%
Jiang Education Centre
50
6%
Kumon
13
2%
Molin Tutorial Centre
25
3%
Skylace Language School
8
1%
Tien Hsia Language School
147
18%
Yuquan Language School
20
2%
Hokkien Huay Kuan Arts & Cultural Troupe
30
4%
Beijing Language School
34
4%
Story Island
9
1%
Xue Ni Language Centre
11
1%
Han Language Centre
49
6%
 
Total votes : 820

Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby Kanchiongmama » Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:06 pm

Hi everyone here, I would like to share a link I received from my child’s chinese tutor, if you are living around Yishun you could go for this free seminar on Chinese word recognition conducted by Hao Lao Shi.

https://haolaoshi.com.sg/sharing_is_caring.

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby littleprince » Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:01 pm

Hi,

I am looking to buy Tien Hsia chinese writing class notes for p3. Please pm me. thank you!

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby snowman78 » Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:36 am

I have full set Berries K2 materials to let go. include learning pen.interested party please pm or email zesty612@yahoo.com. Thank you.

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby barneybaby » Sun Nov 19, 2017 5:36 am

Hi, anyone can share feedback of Hua Cheng vs Berries. Deciding which one to go to help cultivate interest in my girl for k2 next year. She don’t speak Chinese a lot. I wanted a fun and interesting school instead of academic school so that she will like chinese. Worry Hua Cheng is abit hard and involves many writing? Thanks so much. :)

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby Tang Chinese » Thu Nov 23, 2017 1:33 pm

Try Tang Chinese in KRTC, the chinese enrichment course in Chinese Characters and Hanyu Pinyin

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby watertay » Fri Nov 24, 2017 9:54 am

Hi Parents,

One of the reason why many children detest Mandarin is because of the way it is taught. Rote learning and traditional teaching methods has lost its place and doesn't prepare children for the future.

We are running trial classes at our Yang Guang Ang Mo Kio branch for P3-P6. We conduct Composition/Oral Classes for Children. Come join us to see the difference :)

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby funtastic parenthood » Sun Nov 26, 2017 12:06 am

Punggol Chinese Tuition by FUNtastic Chinese
Probably the best Chinese Tuition and Enrichment

www.punggolchinesetuition.blogspot.sg
Blk 308A Punggol Walk Singapore 821308
(Opposite Waterway Point) 9889 8261


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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby Hao Lao Shi » Wed Nov 29, 2017 1:51 pm

Kanchiongmama wrote:Hi everyone here, I would like to share a link I received from my child’s chinese tutor, if you are living around Yishun you could go for this free seminar on Chinese word recognition conducted by Hao Lao Shi.

https://haolaoshi.com.sg/sharing_is_caring.


Thank you Kanchiongmama for the sharing.
Hi parents, you would like to view an abstract of our first seminar 《得好成绩急不来·悟字当头意味深》at https://youtu.be/03qKNj8PSg8. Our seminars are progressive. The second one 《会考题变影响深·应季栽培道理真》has ended with great sucess. The abstract of the seminar will be uploaded soon. Do stay tuned.

If you are interested to join us for the third seminar on 10th December, do check out and register through the link https://haolaoshi.com.sg/sharing_is_caring/ Thank you!

P.S Dont worry, all the videos have English subtitles.

Regards,
Hao Lao Shi

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby sunnyicy » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:54 pm

CeciliaANG wrote:Hi, anyone tried Yang Language School? Any review for it?


Hi just wondering if you place your child at this centre ? Any feedback? Thanks

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Re: Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Primary/Preschool)

Postby sunnyicy » Thu Nov 30, 2017 11:55 pm

CeciliaANG wrote:Hi, anyone tried Yang Language School? Any review for it?


Hi just wondering if you place your child at this centre ? Any feedback? Thanks

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