Chinese Lessons in Singapore (Video)

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Source: How has Singapore’s Chinese Language syllabus evolved?

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/singapore-chinese-syllabus-changed-back-to-school-10664986

Quite interesting to see how Chinese lessons are like nowadays. To be honest it doesn’t seem much different from 10 years ago? One aspect that has changed is email writing. Nowadays it is rare to write letters, hence the modern syllabus focuses on writing emails instead. Also more multimedia like videos are being used.

One notable statistic is this: “At Tanjong Katong Secondary, Mrs Lee said about 70 per cent of students come from an English-speaking background.” This is a very high percentage compared to the times of the past. To master Chinese is increasingly hard for such students, great effort needs to be put in for improving in their command of the Chinese language.

Notable Quotes:

She agreed that it can be difficult at times to speak Mandarin fluently. But she makes it a point…

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Chinese Lessons in Singapore (Video)

Singapore Maths Tuition

Source: How has Singapore’s Chinese Language syllabus evolved?

Read more at https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/singapore/singapore-chinese-syllabus-changed-back-to-school-10664986

Quite interesting to see how Chinese lessons are like nowadays. To be honest it doesn’t seem much different from 10 years ago? One aspect that has changed is email writing. Nowadays it is rare to write letters, hence the modern syllabus focuses on writing emails instead. Also more multimedia like videos are being used.

One notable statistic is this: “At Tanjong Katong Secondary, Mrs Lee said about 70 per cent of students come from an English-speaking background.” This is a very high percentage compared to the times of the past. To master Chinese is increasingly hard for such students, great effort needs to be put in for improving in their command of the Chinese language.

Notable Quotes:

She agreed that it can be difficult at times to speak Mandarin fluently. But she makes it a point…

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Chinese Tuition HCL O Level

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Chinese Tuition Singapore
新加坡华文补习老师
Tutor: Ms Gao (高老师)

Ms Gao is a patient tutor, and also effectively bilingual in both Chinese and English.

A native speaker of Mandarin, she speaks clearly with perfect accent and pronunciation. She is also well-versed in Chinese history, idioms and proverbs.

Ms Gao is able to teach Chinese at the Secondary school level (Chinese and Higher Chinese). She will teach in an exam-oriented style, but will also try her best to make the lesson interesting for the student.

Ms Gao has taught students from: Nanyang Girl’s High (NYGH), RGS, RI, and other schools.

Contact:

HP: 8339 6353

Email: chinesetuition88@gmail.com

Website : https://chinesetuition88.com/
(Preferably looking for students staying in the West side of Singapore)

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Chinese Competition (Total Prize of $20,000 SGD)

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Quite a good deal if you are also interested in obtaining the HSK (Hànyǔ Shuǐpíng Kǎoshì) Grade 6 Qualification (HSK六级成绩报告), which will be useful if you study/work in China in the future.

Entry fee is S$90 for test takers at Singapore location. For Malaysia location, it is RM 250.

By the way, Grade 6 is the highest grade in the HSK, designed for “learners who can easily understand any information communicated in Chinese and are capable of smoothly expressing themselves in written or oral form.”.

This is open to both students and adults. Previous years youngest participant is 10 years old. Also, there is a “Singaporean and Malaysian Citizen” Category, together with an “International” Category.

As we can see from the photos, there is a mixture of adults and children taking this test, there is no age limit.

Link: http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/whIrKetruAlgzUVcvm_iqg

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Inspirational Chinese Phrase 宠辱不惊

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Source: http://www.ypzihua.com/product-2793.html

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Beautiful calligraphy and meaningful words.

Chinese Characters: 宠辱不惊 闲看庭前花开花落 去留无意 漫随天外云卷云舒

Translation: “Don’t be disturbed by fortune or misfortune. Be relaxed no matter how flowers bloom and wilt. To be or not to be needs no hard decision. Take it natural no matter how clouds flow high and low.” (Source: http://www.en84.com/dianji/minyan/201410/00015499.html)

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