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Our Trainers

All trainers of mandarin courses are native speakers with a B.A, 50% of whom are Master holders. With many years of experience in mandarin teaching, all trainers can teach oral, listening, reading, pronunciation and writings in an effective way. Furthermore, CDC trainers are very familiar with both Chinese culture and Western culture.

Pan Changfa

“Language is just a tool and communication is the final goal. A qualified language instructor should have comprehensive knowledge and a broad mind.”

Graduated from Foreign Affairs College, Mr. Pan has been working as an English & Chinese language trainer over 40 years. He also has gained a lot experiences working with diplomats in Fiji(Chinese Embassy), USA(Chinese Consulate-general in Chicago), Hong Kong(Chinese Visa Office of the Foreign Ministry). 

Qualification: Teacher Certificate

Melanie Guo

“Training is not only a job, but rather be a way of life. There is so much for her to learn when facing the people with different cultural background and sharing their experiences.

Melanie Guo graduated from Qufu Normal University with a Bachelor's degree majoring in English in1992 and from Shandong University with a Master's degree majoring in Chinese Literature and Culture in 2005. Having been working as a trainer for more than 15 years, Melanie has gained rich experiences in training Chinese as a second language. 

Qualification: Teacher Certificate

Jade Tian

“To her, the essence of communication is the ability to understand people from different walks of life, and that's why as a trainer she feels it is her duty to provide cultural insight to her students while also training from their point of view.

Jade Tian got her Bachelor’s degree in Xi’an University of Science and Technology in 1998, majoring in Cotton Textile Engineering and her Master’s degree in Yunnan University in 2001, majoring in English. She started teaching both Chinese and English language since 2004 and has gained rich knowledge in Chinese language, culture and history. 

Qualification: Certificate of Qualified Translator CATTI Level 2); Certificate of TEM 8 (Test for English Majors-Band 8), and Mandarin Proficiency Test Certificate (Grade 2, Level A)

Yun Li

“Language training must be effective and fun at the same time. Enjoying our lessons is as important as going out there and experiencing Beijing's unique lifestyle.”

Li Yun was graduated from Shao Yang Teacher's University, Hunan province. Majored in Chinese literature and he won multiple awards for his speeches, and performances during his university days. In 1996, he went to Singapore to study Economics, and taught Chinese in the prestigious Nan Yang High School, where he explored different mandarin training techniques with local educators though creative writing and a stage drama workshop. During the year 2000-2004, He taught Chinese among the communities and the schools in Sydney, Australia. 

Qualification: Teacher Certificate  

Gigi Gao

“Training a language is one of the best ways to bridge the gaps between cultures. This is where cultural understanding begins.”

Graduated from Copenhagen Business College, Gigi Gao is a nice young lady who has 4 years experiences on living overseas. She knows fluent English and the special field finance trade knowledge very well. She loves the Chinese training job heartily. She has once been engaged in the medium job for 2 years, which lets her have rich Chinese language literature knowledge and know to be hit by west culture. Be expert in using unique training method in the class, she is patient, mild, and sincere and is good at communicating with different students.

Lillian Cui

“The essence of communication is the ability to understand people from different walks of life, and that's why as a trainer I feel it is my duty to provide cultural insight to my students while also training from their point of view.”

Lillian Cui graduated from Beijing Jiaotong University with a Bachelor's degree in 2007 majoring in Computers Science. She started training Chinese after graduation and has accumulated rich experiences in training Chinese as a foreign language.  She also taught Chinese in Singapore for 3 years, which had helped her understand cultural differences.  

Phoenix Zhang

“Teaching Chinese is the best way to become knowledgeable of China and I am proud of building a bridge between foreign and Chinese cultures. “

Graduated from The Central University of Nationalities with a Bachelor’s degree majoring in teaching Chinese as a second language in 2009, Phoenix has earned rich experience in teaching the language. As a responsible trainer, she goes out of her way so that her students can enjoy training Chinese and experience Beijing's special life style. 

Qualification: Mandarin Proficiency Test certificate (Grade A, Class 2); CET-6 (College English Test Band Six)

Caroling Yang

“Training a language is one of the best ways to bridge the gaps between cultures.” 

 

Caroling Young graduated from University of International Business and Economics with a bachelor’s degree majoring in international business. After graduation she was in the training program of Teaching Chinese as a Second Language at Beijing Language University. Having more than five years experience of teaching mandarin, Caroling is full of passion in teaching, possessing good communication skills both in Chinese and English. She enjoys the experience of teaching different level students.

Jessica Huo

“A good trainer should have a good personality, patience, and has her own way to teach students learning Chinese with fun.”

 

Jessica Huo has been teaching foreign students to learn Chinese since she was studying English in BISU (Beijing International Studies University) from 2004-2006. She always regarded the students as her close friends and share those happy moments with students. She also finds it is very interesting to share the Chinese culture with her foreign friends. For her, there is no gap between the teacher and the students, but only trust and understanding.

Cecilia Zheng

My lessons help my students experience Beijing's fancy lifestyle and I benefit a lot from them too.

 

Graduated from Darwin University of Australia, Cecilia is an ebullient and open-minded young lady who has more than 4 years experience on living and working overseas. She is specific in the field of Business Management and speaks English fluently. She had been engaged in teaching Chinese as a second language job more than 4 years at home and abroad. Of rich Chinese language literature knowledge and know to be hit by west culture, she loves the Chinese training job heartily. Be expert in using illuminating training method in the class, she is divergent thinking and is good at communicating with different students.

 
 
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