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Why Study Chinese?
1. Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world
Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world with approximately 1,197,000,000 people speaking Chinese, of which 873,000 million speak Mandarin, therefore 14% of the global population speaking Chinese.
2. Chinese Is Important For Your Career!
Chinese language skills are a resume-builder—knowing Chinese may give you an edge when competing for employment. International businesses prefer to hire people who speak more than one language
3. Travel to countries that speak Mandarin
As well as China, Mandarin is spoken in countries such as Malaysia, Taiwan, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei, Phillipines and Mongolia so if you do business in these countries then it would be beneficial to converse in their language. If you can speak Mandarin “the world is your oyster” as you travel across these countries.
4. Learn about history and culture of China
Chinese history and culture is one the richest and certainly the oldest in the world. China is renowned for producing beautiful novels, short stories, poetry and more recently excellence in film. Reading great Chinese biographies and watching short films about the history of China provides a greater understanding of the language.
5. Make friends with different cultures
China has the biggest population in the world with approximately 1.28 billion people so learning the language gives you access to communicate with many people and connect on a deeper level. Get a Chinese pen pal to improve your writing and understand family life in China.
6. It is good for business
Mark Zuckerberg is wowing audiences across the world with his new Chinese Skills, especially those important business executives in China. In fact, there are many top CEO’s that speak Chinese as a second language.
7. Improve your artistic skills
Chinese symbols and characters require a steady hand. The written words are actually iconographic characters rather than letters. These symbols and characters are created using ‘strokes’ rather like painting.
8. A really exciting challenge!
We know we need to keep are brains well oiled and studies have shown that Mandarin speakers use both sides of their brains! This will certainly keep brains motoring.
As you take the first step to deal with this hard nut to crack, a qualified teacher and regular exercise is what you need most, but finding a good teacher is hard and try to fit your time to the class timeline is also a problem for you as your day may be planned out with works and studies, then how can you manage to balance your daily life and your study?
An online mandarin course is the only solution for this dilemma!
Why Study Online?
Step 1: Visit our partner Mandarin School's website at
Get a free Chinese class before sign up!
Step 2: Choose 'Online Tutoring', on the page scroll down and choose 30 mins trial class
Step 3: Choose a tutor and a time
Step 4: Put coupon 'PandaCulture' and start your exceptional Chinese Language Study Journey!