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Chinese Language Schools  
That's Mandarin Chinese Language School
  Learn Chinese language and culture in Beijng and Shanghai with That's Mandarin.
Chinese Class/Program Locations: 
Beijing (Dongzhimen and Wudao) and Shanghai (Jingan) in China.
Mandarin House Chinese Schools
 

With prime locations in both Beijing and Shanghai, Mandarin House offers a brilliantly immersive experience providing year round Mandarin programs for all language levels.
Chinese Class/Program Locations: 
Beijing and Shanghai in China. 

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Learn Chinese Online  
VisualMandarin.com
  Learn mandarin Chinese with free videos, podcasts and interactive exercises
ChineseTeachers.com
  Practice speaking Chinese via real-time live lessons with quality, native teachers.
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Learn Chinese Offline  
Rapid (Mandarin) Chinese - (AudioCD with Booklet)
  200+ essential words and phrases anchored into your long term memory with great music.
Pimsleur Appraoch's Mandarin Courses
  Popular Mandarin Chinese learning program to master Mandarin conversation and pronunciation.
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Chinese Tools  
Arch Chinese
  Chinese Stroke Order Animation, Flash cards and  Practice Worksheet.
nciku
  A free, online dictionary that supports both Chinese and English, but much more than that!
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Teach in China  
EF English First
  TEFL Training, English Teaching Jobs
TEFL International
  TEFL Course, TESOL Certification, English Teaching Jobs
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Online Q&A  
"和" and "跟"
  Q: I gather the two words 'he' and 'gen' can both serve to join two nouns or noun phrases. Like' bread and butter' or 'ham and eggs', or so. What I have yet to gather, is what considerations determine, or at least suggest, which of the two you will employ in a given situation.
A brief history and classification of Chinese characters
  Q: Chinese characters seem the most difficult part for people learning Chinese as a second language. In my opinion, the main reason for that may be Chinese characters look very different from their quarter parts in the Roman languages: each character represents not only the pronunciation, but a certain meaning. Many a complaint comes from that Chinese characters are so unlike each other that you have to learn them one by one, and there are so many to memory, and that when encountering a new character, the previous knowledge of other characters helps little, you can neither pronounce it directly nor guess what it means. Actually, there really are some connections between Chinese characters, all composed in a defined way. You are unable to discover that probably because the numbers of the characters you know are too limited, or you didn't learn them in the Chinese perspective.
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