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Mandarin for Kids Blog

How can kids have a Chinese language immersion without being in China?

Pierre Cerchiaro | December 06, 2018

China is experiencing overwhelming growth, especially interest in the language and culture. Starting to speak Mandarin Chinese from a young age helps the children to develop a strong knowledge of the language and make them able to communicate with Chinese native speakers, which will be a huge asset for them in the future when entering the professional world .

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This Texas Public School Is Making Trilingualism Mandatory

Joe Milazzo | November 04, 2016

Most people who have heard of Garland, Texas will tell you that it is a suburb of Dallas. Some Dallas residents might even refer to Garland as a part of the “Metroplex.” And actual Garland residents might proudly point out to you that their town is the Cowboy Hat Capital of Texas, having been home to the iconic Stetson Hat Company for 150 years and counting.

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The Cognitive Benefits of Being Bilingual

Patrick Kim | October 07, 2016

Up until the last 10-20 years, it was thought that growing up bilingual was a disadvantage. However, recent research shows that bilingual kids outperform monolingual kids in a number of subject areas, including their schooling language. The cognitive benefits of bilingualism start as early as six months old, and continue throughout life, giving bilinguals distinct advantages in school and work. Today, over half of the world’s population is bilingual, and growing number of parents are getting their kids to learn two languages in the hopes that it will boost their academic and career prospects. Bilingualism, while a challenge early on in life, entails lifelong cognitive benefits that far outweigh the costs of teaching children a second language.

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TutorMing Debuts New Tech At National Chinese Language Conference

Sara Lynn Hua | May 05, 2016

On Thursday, April 28th 2016, TutorMing kicked off their debut at the National Chinese Language Conference. This year, the conference was held in Chicago. Over 1,300 people attended, many of them Chinese teachers, school administrators, and even some U.S officials. The conference lasted a total of three days.

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How To Teach Your Child To Read And Write In Chinese

Jinna Wang | May 03, 2016

If you are a Chinese-speaking parent who is in the process of teaching your children Mandarin Chinese, you might find that your children are far more advanced in understanding daily conversations than they are in recognizing Chinese characters. This is a common occurrence in Chinese-American households, since it is far more natural to create a learning environment for your children to develop listening and speaking skills through daily conversation.

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