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    Cantonese activities

    My 4 year old twins started K2 today at a local English/Cantonese kindergarten. After only 1 day I can already see that they are going to need more exposure to Cantonese if they are going to understand it.

    Can anyone recommend a place or program that teaches activities in Cantonese (preferably council program or not for profit)?

    I want to pay around $200 per hour. And I want it to be fun. Preferably an art or craft group or even a sport? If you know anything please let me know.

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    Ps. Im happy to travel anywhere on the orange mtr line and I can get to central.

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    what is the "orange" mtr line?

    really, you will need to give the kids more time to settle in and figure out what is going on. it will likely take the first 6 months before they can get used to not understanding and then gradually begin to understand. you should wait and see what the kindergarten offers. i know my kids' kindergarten offers art, speech, dancing, and more... at a fraction of the price of anywhere else. Not only that, but the kids would get to spend more time with their classmates.

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    Good idea Carag- The KG does offer programs. I didn't even think of that.

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    Orange line is the Tung Chung line.

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    ah. thanks.

    yes, my suggestion would be enroll in the classes at the kindergarten. the kids will get to know the teachers better and visa versa. they will get to know their classmates better and it's usually much cheaper.

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