There are 3 intakes for this programme :
Thursday (19 September , 26 September , 3 October , 10 October 2019) 7PM to 8PM
Thursday (3 October ,10 October ,17 October, 24 October 2019) 7PM to 8PM
Thursday (17 October ,24 October ,31 October, 07 November 2019) 7PM to 8PM
To register please visit the page below :
Classes will commence on Thursday
Time : 7pm to 8pm
No Replacement of class for individual absent.
RM 200 (lst pax)
RM 80 (2nd pax)
With China’s surging economy, her entry into WTO and the anticipation that she will become the world’s leading economy in the coming decade, the rising interest in all things Chinese is no lesser than her impressive economic growth. China’s current economic growth has not only aroused the interest of businessmen and governments, but also academics and adventurers from all over the world.
There is more reason than ever to learn and master the Chinese language. Every day, more and more people from the world over are beginning to deal with China, be it in the political arena, for work or leisure. For example, it is now a common practice among Ivy League graduates to spend some time learning Mandarin in Beijing to better equip themselves for possible future interaction with elements of the new global leader. Multinational corporations are rushing to China’s doorstep, some in search of cheap labour and others with a dream to capture a consumer market of over a billion people.
The stories of China’s emergence and the trends that follow it cannot be told in a few words, but suffice to say, it is increasingly important for people today to learn and master the Mandarin language.
Hence the birth of ...