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3 Nursery Rhymes To Help Your Kids Learn Chinese

Jinna Wang | March 22, 2016

Do you often sing English nursery rhymes such as “Mary Had a Little Lamb” or “London Bridge” with your children? If your children have started to study Mandarin Chinese, you can consider teaching them a few Chinese nursery rhymes. You might have heard that song are a great way to get your kids to love learning Chinese, and nursery rhymes are especially a fantastic learning tool for younger children.

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TutorMing Named Top 100 Education Company Of 2016

Sara Lynn Hua | January 12, 2016

This week, TutorMing was named as one of Homeschool.com’s Top 100 Education Companies of 2016. Every year, Homeschool.com compiles an exclusive list of the best education websites based on value, resources, parent’s reviews, and service. The goal of this list is to recognize outstanding companies that facilitate independent learning. This year, TutorMing was proudly mentioned in the foreign language category.

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Why I Chose To Learn Mandarin Chinese

TutorMing | September 30, 2015

You might wonder why a white Jewish high-schooler from suburban New Jersey decided to learn Chinese. Why not Spanish, a language so prevalently spoken in the U.S – or even French, which uses the same alphabet as English? Why learn a language with a completely different tonal and writing system that is primarily spoken in a country over 6,000 miles away?

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Obama Wants 1 million U.S Students to Learn Chinese by 2020

Sara Lynn Hua | September 29, 2015

After the state visit with President Xi of China, President Obama announced a new initiative: To have 1 million American students learn Mandarin Chinese by 2020.

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What Age Should You Learn Chinese?

Sara Lynn Hua | September 23, 2015

What age is best for you (or your kids) to start learning Chinese? A general consensus is that in order to develop a native accent easily, children should start learning Chinese before the age of 12.

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