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Mandarin Class/Playgroup - Causeway Bay

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    hkmom1 is offline Registered User
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    Mandarin Class/Playgroup - Causeway Bay

    Hi,

    Can anyone recommend some good mandarin classes or groups in causeway bay area for a 2 year old? thanks!

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    Jdko is offline Registered User
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    Yes, I'm also wondering if there are any mommy & me language classes available somewhere on HK island.

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    Hi there
    The English department of the YWCA is running a 1 hr mums & tots Mandarin class on Friday mornings for 2-3 year olds. I've signed up for the Autumn term, so have no experience of what it's like yet.It's on McDonnell St, Central. This is the link:
    http://www.esmdywca.org.hk/Courses/C...urseid=1007687

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    Margaret09,
    How do you like the mandarin for tots and mums at the YWCA?
    Has anyone tried the mandarin Music & movement class there too?

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    I heard of one place called Better Chinese www.betterchinese.com in Causewway Bay but don't know what it's like.

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    I heard of betterchines's good stuff for years but didn't have chance to experience it until last week. Frankly, I didn't expect such a great experience, the teacher is so passionate and energetic, the lesson is great! They have so intense curriculum while children are learning with lots of fun. Besides, i am also impressed by their 'tea time', it is actually another learning oopportunity because the teacher would ask the chilren to behave well and request them to practice what they have just learned in that lesson in mandarin. The duration of the lesson is 75min but I think it is comparable to other 1.5hr or even 2-hr lesson. 2 thumbs up!!!
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    There is a mandarin learning centre now opened in Causeway Bay on Leighton Road (opposite to Leighton Centre, above HSBC branch). They offer classes with thematic role-play sessions to enrich kids' interest in Mandarin. My 3yr old goes there for 3 months and his Mandarin has greatly improved...now singing Mandarin songs at home everyday!

    Check this out: www. minimandarins.com
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/minimandarins

    I have also signed up their summer camp for this summer!

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