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I have learned Chinese for several years. I changed more than 3 teachers. I need a systemic and efficient studying. And I want to know more about china , Chinese and Chinese culture. Then my friend introduced me Mandarin Garden. What the teacher there gav
Through the Chinese culture activities, I make many friends from all over the world. I learnt how to make dumplings, rice dumplings and flower arrangement. I like the activities of Mandarin Garden. They enriched my life in Shanghai.
I am glad to study in Mandarin Garden. My teacher is very nice and helpful, and the staff of the school is nice to me. I love Chinese and I love to learn Chinese. It’s very practical. I will try to learn it well.
Mandarin Garden is a great place to get to know Chinese culture and to learn Chinese.They offer plenty of activities for an even profounder knowledge.The atmosphere is professional and at the same time relaxed.
I don’t like studying in a boring class. i wish my teacher can always be passionate and push me to study further. In Mandarin Garden, I found the right teacher for me and now I enjoy my class very much. Thanks a lot.
I have compared several schools before my decision. I want to learn Chinese well and I also like to know Chinese culture. And I think the attitude of the teacher, the consultant here are all very positive. I like to stay with them and get the care from th
Dragon Boat Festival of 2014 falls on June 2. The holiday in China starts
from May 31 to June 2, 2014. Welcome to China and explore the traditional
folk customs of this interesting festival! Falling on the 5th day of the 5th
month according to Chinese lunar calendar, the Dragon Boat Festival is
one of great significance. Many legends circulate around the festival but the
most popular is the legend of Qu Yuan.
Many traditional customs and activities are held on the specified day by
people in China and even by some people in neighboring countries. Among
these customs are dragon boat racing, eating zongzi, wearing a perfume
pouch, tying five-color silk thread and hanging mugwort leaves and calamus.
Dragon boats are thus named because the fore and stern of the boat is
in a shape of traditional Chinese dragon. Zongzi is the special food eaten
here. According to folklore, wearing the perfume pouch protects children
from evil. Another custom is to tie five-color silk tread to a child's wrists,
ankles, and around their neck. Besides, people will clean their houses and
put mugwort leaves and calamus on the top of the doors to discourage