Comparing Chinese Enrichment (Secondary)

Discussions on tuition centres/enrichment services that specialise in Chinese.
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Coolkidsrock2
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Re: Han vs Mind vs TienHsia - which is best for Sec Chinese

Post by Coolkidsrock2 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 2:09 pm

Jiang displays the works of their students. Some of the analytical essays which I had seen at Jiang are:

- Is 曹操 a tyrant?
- Is 杨贵妃红颜祸水?

I have also seen essays on the bilingual policy in Singapore - I cannot remember the title anymore, just the contents.

DD stopped her Chinese tuition as she would like to try on her own but as she is in a convent school, I believe it will be matter of time that she will resume lessons there as I feel that the school's Chinese standard is too low.

Looking at the works, believe the teacher discusses themes/topics with the kids.

I know someone who developed very strong analytical and writing skills under them and is currently working in a leading law firm.

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Re: Han vs Mind vs TienHsia - which is best for Sec Chinese

Post by mummy so kiasu » Sun Mar 24, 2013 8:50 pm

Coolkidsrock2 wrote:Jiang displays the works of their students. Some of the analytical essays which I had seen at Jiang are:

- Is 曹操 a tyrant?
- Is 杨贵妃红颜祸水?

I have also seen essays on the bilingual policy in Singapore - I cannot remember the title anymore, just the contents.

DD stopped her Chinese tuition as she would like to try on her own but as she is in a convent school, I believe it will be matter of time that she will resume lessons there as I feel that the school's Chinese standard is too low.

Looking at the works, believe the teacher discusses themes/topics with the kids.

I know someone who developed very strong analytical and writing skills under them and is currently working in a leading law firm.

It depends on the kid's background. Jiang has a lot of China students & all their teachers are from China. The class size is much bigger than Han & Tien Hsia & the standard is also higher. Not suitable for those who get C or below for Chinese.

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Re: Han vs Mind vs TienHsia - which is best for Sec Chinese

Post by concernmother » Mon Mar 25, 2013 11:21 am

Hi all,
What about Hua Language Centre? Any commends?

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Post by Boys club » Sun Nov 03, 2013 2:06 pm

Hi yellow belt

Can you pm me the contact of the Chinese tutor?

Thanks

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Post by clever » Tue Nov 05, 2013 9:27 am

Hi yellow belt

Can you pm me the contact of the Chinese tutor?

Thanks


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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Post by eSquirrel88 » Mon Nov 11, 2013 8:57 pm

Hi, I plan to send my son to Hua Cheng for lesson. Anyone can be my referral? Please pm me. Thanks.

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Re: Secondary chinese tuition.

Post by kiasuparentsirock » Mon Dec 02, 2013 3:55 pm

ruohoo97 wrote:Any good suggestion of Chinese secondary tuition near United Square?


Hua language centre. It's in United Square

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Post by Liliana pink » Fri Apr 25, 2014 8:43 pm

Hi,

Can anyone PM me the term fees for Sec3 course at Xuelin? Thanks :)

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Re: All About Secondary School Chinese Enrichment

Post by Liliana pink » Fri Apr 25, 2014 8:44 pm

Hi,

Can anyone PM me the term fees for Sec3 course at Xuelin? Thanks :)

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choosing chinese tuition centre

Post by Chiam » Mon Apr 28, 2014 8:35 pm

Hello everyone. My daughter is in sec 4 and she is currently preparing for o level higher chinese. Her new chinese teacher in school is not very good, so we are looking to tuition centres. Found out about Hua Cheng, Yang Education and Beijing Language. Was wondering if anyone can provide information on any of the three? Comparison also welcomed. Thanks.

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