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    May 2019

    Is Mandarin really that complicated of a language? Maybe, maybe not. It depends on who you are asking. If you asked someone who appreciates languages, such as linguists, they'd tell you that the Chinese language is one of the greatest accomplishments of any civilizations. Why? The Chinese language is unique and was created based on what people back then saw with their very eyes. Think of it as communicating with photos. Instead of relying on cameras, the language relied on using symbols representing different things, such as humans, emotions, nature and elements. Structurally, Chinese

    There is an increase in the number of people looking to learn Chinese in Singapore. Why? The truth is that Chinese is one of the beneficial languages you can learn today. This language is used across the world and is also a gateway to most economic opportunities. Here are the benefits of enrolling in a Chinese class: Most used language globally Chinese is basically the first language to be taught and spoken in all countries. It’s also the most spoken language in the world with over 1.2 billion people speaking Chinese. You can’t afford to

    Some say that the number of Mandarin speakers in the world is heavily concentrated in China. While that is indeed true, there are many other countries where a majority of its locals also speak Chinese or Mandarin. For example, in Singapore, almost 70% of the country’s total population know how to speak Mandarin. It’s not unusual for Singaporeans to know how to speak English and Chinese fluently, in addition to other languages. However, there is a bigger emphasis on learning Chinese in addition to the country’s official language, Malay and English. If this

    More and more expats are moving to Chinese speaking countries either for business in China, studying a Mandarin course in Singapore or travelling while working online in Taiwan. It is vital that these expats realize that for them to really excel in these Chinese speaking countries, they need to learn the Chinese language. Even though Chinese speakers aren’t that globally dispersed there are more than 1.7 billion speakers in Asia. Here are four reasons why expats need the Chinese language in their lives. Frequently used for daily conversations The first and most obvious