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Shanghai Social Activities

Social Activities in Shanghai

Using a language in its natural environment and studying in the native country where the language is spoken immeasurably increases the speed and quality of learning. Mandarin House Shanghai Chinese School is dedicated to take our students out of the classroom to participate in excursions and cultural activities. Our experienced coordinators will guide you to places where are exciting, modern, traditional, interesting, so that you can fully understand the unique character of the region that surrounds you.
Discover Shanghai with Mandarin House
Yuyuan Garden and Temple of the City God
The streets nearby the South Bund Area is where you will find Old Shanghai. Its main attractions are the Temple of the City God around which you will find many small souvenir shops, snack restaurants and the famous Yuyuan Garden. The Garden dates back from the Ming Dynasty and features pavilions, halls, rockeries and ponds, which all have unique characteristics.   Shanghai Social Activities
Bohemian Shanghai: Taikang Road
Shanghai Social Activities   A heaven for creative artists, small lanes with relaxing bistros, specialty shops and a strong bohemian flavour make Taikang Road a little-known gem in Shanghai. It's the perfect place for an afternoon of browsing through shops, admiring in art galleries and conversations over coffee.

Chinese Martial Arts: Tai Chi and Kung Fu
Martial Arts are a great way to exercise as well as get to know the Chinese culture. Tai Chi consists of gentle movements, which let you relax through concentration and improve your balance and flexibility. Kung Fu teaches you form, fighting, self-defense, sparring and respect.   Shanghai Social Activities

Chinese Calligraphy
Shanghai Social Activities   Chinese character writing becomes fun and exciting with our Chinese Calligraphy Class. You will learn from an experienced tutor to write with brush and Chinese ink. Get a real feel for Chinese Characters!

Culture and History Workshops
Chinese language, culture and history go hand in hand. Interesting and thoughtful topics will be discusses to let you learn more about China . Chinese has a 5,000 year long culture and history so there are many aspects and stories which can be covered: from cooking classes to history lectures and from playing Mahjong to hot topic introductions.   Shanghai Social Activities
Modern Shanghai : A day in Pudong
Shanghai Social Activities   Former President Bill Clinton liked the area to NY's Manhattan . Pudong is the new development area in Shanghai , featuring the highest buildings of China , the highest hotel of the world and Shanghai 's landmark Oriental Pearl Tower . You can stroll by the river, from where you get the best view of the rustic Bund, in quiet Century Park or in the huge Super Brand Mall.
Food Culture: Visit Tongchuan Road Seafood Market
Chinese food is so diverse, that it's considered locally to be the best cuisine in the world. In the region around Shanghai , people love to eat seafood: fish, crabs, shells and anything that lives in the water. Seafood isn't only delicious; it's healthy as well. Visit this amazing Seafood Wet Market and afterwards pop into one of the many restaurants for a taste!   Shanghai Social Activities
Feel the City: Shanghai on Foot
Shanghai Social Activities   The French Concession is a wonderful place for a long lazy afternoon stroll. See the century-old villas, find many small shops and galleries and see how people really live. The walk takes you all the way to the Zhongshan Park Area which is getting more and more popular these days.
If you have any questions concerning courses, locations, accommodation or payment, please email info@mandarinhouse.cn. If you want to register for a course, use the online registration
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