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Why Learning Mandarin Chinese Is the Smartest Move?

1- One-fifth of the Planet Speaks Chinese
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Mandarin Chinese is the mother tongue of over 873 million people, In addition to the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan, Mandarin Chinese is also spoken in the important and influential Chinese communities of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, and Mongolia.

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2- China’s economy is booming

China is the second largest economy in the world. China has become a huge market, and business leaders are looking for people who can speak Chinese and operate successfully in a Chinese cultural context. The Chinese language engages with many MNCs in India and across the World. Having a hold on these skills benefits students in finding jobs suitable to their preferences and give them a choice.

3- Chinese skills are rare and can make you an attractive hire

Of course, to be this sort of bridge, there is one skill you must have: fluent Mandarin Chinese. Due to the lack of people in the Western business world who can speak both Chinese and English, there’s a huge demand for these skills, and this can, of course, mean very lucrative wages.

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4- The China has a huge non-English-speaking population

Aside from the obvious economic and job-seeking benefits of knowing Chinese, there are plenty of other benefits. While English is widely spoken in many other countries of the world, China is a wonderful country in which to teach English while developing your language and cultural skills. The experience is great, and it’s something you will never forget.

“The truth is, of all the things you can do with your spare time, learning Mandarin Chinese is one of the absolute best investments you can make.”


Chinese has no tenses, no cases, no genders and simple grammar

For a number of reasons, the Chinese have developed a misconceived reputation for difficulty. Among the most common reasons is the nature of its writing system. Chinese is composed of pictograms and semi-phonetic ideograms. CHINESE LANGUAGE is all about pronunciation. It is a tonal language. The good news is this is probably the hardest thing about Chinese. When it comes to the issue of grammatical complexity, Chinese is really one of the easiest languages there is to learn. No need to memorize verb tenses, For example in English, verb forms like “see/saw/seen,” all you need to do in Chinese is just to remember one word: kan. And no gender and number distinctions  For example in English you have to distinguish between “cat” and “cats,” in Chinese there is only one form: maoYou are entering a different culture, but the content of many of the modern key concepts is familiar.


Chinese Proficiency Test (HSK), an international standardized test of Chinese language proficiency, assesses non-native Chinese speakers’ abilities in using the Chinese language in their daily, academic and professional lives. It is just like IELTS and TOEFL for English.HSK consists of six levels, namely HSK (level I), HSK (level II), HSK (level III), HSK (level IV), HSK (level V), and HSK (level VI). Intensive classes enhance your learning experience and equip you with the necessary skills for the test. We provide scientific and effective tutorials and training for you to score your best.

Students can recognize and use some basic characters and can understand and say some simple spoken phrases. This level prepares students for further studies of the Chinese language. Understand and use familiar everyday expressions. Introduce him/herself and others, can ask the costs of things, understand and ask for directions.

Students can have an excellent grasp of basic Chinese and can communicate in simple and routine tasks requiring a simple and direct exchange of information on familiar and routine matters.

Students of a beginner-intermediate level that can complete day-to-day tasks in life, at school or at work, and can easily communicate when travelling around China.

Students can speak about a broad range of topics in Chinese and can communicate with native speakers on a high level.

Students can read Chinese newspapers and books, watch movies, perform theatre, write and make long presentations using the Chinese language.

Students can easily understand any information in Chinese and can freely express themselves in both written and oral form.



1- ) Duration- 10 months

Days- 3 Days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK1, HSK2, HSK3


Basic Business deals 

Duration- 3 months

Days- 3days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK1+ business terms&phrases


Duration- 4 months

Days- 3 days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK1,HSK2


Duration- 2 months

Days- 3 days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK1


Duration- 3 months

Days- 3 days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK2


Duration- 4 months

Days- 3 Days in a week/weekend

Levels- HSK3

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