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Chinese Language Courses in China & Taiwan

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We offer a variety of exiting ways to learn Mandarin in China & Taiwan.

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For your trip to China or Taiwan, we wrote following information for you.

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Language travel to China
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For companies, universities and colleges we offer lectures and seminars.

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With our wide range of topics and competence we bring China closer to you.

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Young professionals will find interesting internship for their future carrier.

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Special Offers & News

24 Jan 2020

The year of the rat

China celebrates the New Year of the Rat on January 25th. The rat is the first animal of all zodiac animals and is therefore also considered the year of the new beginning and the renewal.

The year of the rat is marked by a profitable and happy year. Everyone will show determination about their goals, aspirations and even their hobbies. The Year of the Rat is also a great year for the foundation and development of a special project. Because of their reproductive rate, married couples also pray for children.

In terms of yin and yang (阴阳 —yīn yáng), the rat is yang and represents the beginning of a new day. In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus.

Happy New Year China

1 Oct 2019

Congratulation

We congratulate China on its 70th anniversary.

Explore China & Taiwan

Survival Tips for Foreigner

Congratulation! You have made it to China. The adventure is far from over. Here are some tips to help you with your everyday life in China – some not completely serious do’s and don’ts for your stay!

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Chinese New Year 农历新年

Chinese New Year More than 750 million Chinese start their journeys, and travel throughout China in order to visit their friends and families at home. It is Chinese spring festival, also known as Chinese New Year (CNY). Although CNY is the most important feast of the year for almost one fifth of the world’s population, […]

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