Best list of Chinese language schools
Yes, I know not many people reply to this type of post but it's really important to me.
I need contact info (emails) for foreign language schools in the following Chinese cities:
if you'd like to share the contact info of one or two specific schools, that's be great or even better would be a link that leads to a list of schools (like a collection). That would save me a lot of grief. Thanks.
Hi, I'm Zheng Yi from China, hope these information would be useful for you:
Name: Shanghai International Studies University
Address: 550 Dalian Road(W) Shanghai P.R.China 200083
(0086)-21-65311900 Ext 2961/2963
Name:Beijing Foreign Studies University
Address: Beijing Foreign Studies University,2#,Xisanhuan Beilu, Haidian District,Beijing, P.R.China 100089
http://18.104.22.168/other_language/e_wwwroot/default.asp (International Exchange Institute.)
Name: The College of Foreign Language of Qingdao University
Address: 308 Ningxia Road Qingdao Shandong Province P.R.China 266071
Website: http://cfl.qdu.edu.cn (the English version couldn't be opened right now.)
Name:Beijing International Studies University
Address: Beijing International Studies University, China, 100024
Name: Dalian University of Foreign Languages
Address: 94 Yan’an Road, Zhongshan District Dalian, P.R.China
Liaison officer：Qingjiu Wang
Liaison office：DUFL General Affairs Office
just give some criticisms about learning Chinese in China.
i have met one German in Yangshou, China. he was learning Chinese at that time. it was surprice me about he was learning in HuNan province because most of people is learning in BJ. now, i can not remember the name of school. whatever...
he said, the school is good; the living cost is low in HuNan, just half of qauter of living in BJ. but, the main problem is there are so many local dialects in China. you learn the perfect Mandarin in school while listen a lof of the local dialect out of school.
that is life. C'est...
It’s my pleasure to answer this question for you. You know, pronunciation of the Mandarin is based on dialect in North China, so if you want to learn standard Chinese, go to north China is a good choice. Among the 5 cities you have displayed, Dalian, Qingdao, Beijing are in North China and Shanghai is in the South China, and Hunan Province you mentioned in your post is also in South China.
However, living in North China may have some disadvantages - its climate, most cities in North China is dry and windy, being not so convenient for you as in South China.
As to cost, it is certainly more expensive for you live in big cities as Beijing and Shanghai, while it is not so expensive as what you have heard from the Germany, and if you get familiar with your Chinese schoolmates, they would introduce you the proper markets to buy cheaper foods and clothes, you could get lots of techniques of saving money.
Anyhow, your English is so poor, maybe you don't come from an English-speaking country, isn't it? I'm sure.
[ Edit: Edited at May 6, 2006 5:59 AM by earthman ]
I'm actually looking for English language centers in China (and not public institutions like universities). Thanks
You are just looking for English language centers in China?!!!
Oh, my god! Why did you list 4 Chinese cities and post it as "Best list of Chinese language schools",
let me see, e...,
there is only one explain
--you are shit, bitch shit.