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Name: Kim Iskandar
Duration: January 1, to March 5, 2010
Profession: University Student
Languages spoken: Indonesian, English, French, Japanese
Hobbies: Music, Fine Food & Wine, Yoga, Languages

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Q: Is this your first time in China?
A: No, I have been to China several times as a tourist with my family.
Q: How are you finding your studies in China?
A: I really love it! The best part about studying the language in the country where it's spoken is that what you learn in class in the morning can directly be used that evening on the streets. It's also really fun, discovering new people, new places and having completely new experiences. I feel so fortunate to be here.
Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: I enrolled for the intensive course covering spoken and written Chinese for 2 months. I actually didn't expect to learn so much in such a short period of time. I like the way the lessons are structured and the way my laoshi teaches. After being here for 3 weeks, I feel that I have quite a satisfactory grip on survival Chinese.
Q: What do you find most interesting about Shanghai?
A:
The never ending mass of people streaming up and down Nanjing Lu day and night – where do they all come from?? Also the fact that there is always something new to discover. I wish I had the money to explore and discover everything in Shanghai.
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: Getting a haircut on the 5th day in Shanghai was a scary yet exciting experience. I mean, you can barely communicate with the hairdresser so I had to really surrender to her scissors and imagination. Turned out well though J Giving the taxi driver proper instructions for the first time to get back to my apartment was also such a simple but satisfying experience. (Using all the things I learnt in class in the real world!)
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: Be as open minded as possible, every moment is a chance to practice and have a great time.
 

Name: Sema Poyraz
Duration:
September 21, 2009 to March 5, 2010
Profession: Student
Languages spoken: German, English, Turkish, Chinese

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Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: 24 weeks of Intensive 30 Course.
The program fulfilled my expectations. I am really glad about it.
Q: What do you find most interesting about Beijing?
A: You can do everything here! It never gets boring!
You can go sightseeing, go out in the evenings, go shopping, go to the theatre or take a walk in one of Beijing's park meanwhile practice your Chinese.
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: I won't forget the Chinese New Year. It was really interesting also the 60 th anniversary.
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: If you want to experience a totally new culture, don't miss the opportunity to come to China.
Learning Chinese may not be easy, but once you start studying it, you can't stop!
 

Name: Gabriel Barreto
Duration: August 3 to December 4
Profession:
Student
Languages spoken: Portuguese, English
Hobbies: Music, Football, Watching Xiaoxin, Sleeping, Studying Chinese

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Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: My course was Intensive 30 for 18weeks. The program supposed my expectation. I believe I learned a lot and still want to learn more and more back next year!
Q: What do you find most interesting about Beijing?
A:
Beijing is a great city. It's the capital of the most important country in the world, so expect something really big It's huge, modern and powerful and really cold in Beijing!
The ancient places are astonishing and hopefully they won't soon be swallowed by the development of this massive city.
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: Seeing the Great Wall, going on KTV with friends and teachers, going for dinner with friends, trying my Chinese around, learning Beijinghua, singing Chinese songs, fighting Chinese football players, laughing out in restaurant(3 kuaiqian jiuba), seeing ranks and jets on the 60 th anniversary, playing in Beijing , making dumpling, playing majiang, trying baijiu, going to Xi'an, Shanghai, HK, Guilin, Qingdao , Zhuhai, Shijiazhuang eating Chinese food, teaching Portuguese, watching Chinese cartoon, learning Chinese idioms and character
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: It's a good experience. Chinese is a unique language and the only way to learn it is coming to here and seeing how really it is spoken. The school also offers a lot for the students. There is always something to see, somewhere to go!
 

Name: Sally Bardayan
Duration: January 11 to December 10, 2010
Profession:
Student
Languages spoken: English and Spanish
Hobbies: Read, travel, take pictures, go shopping, play basketball, ride motorcycles.

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Q: How are you finding your studies in China ?
I find them super nice. I like that the apartments are just one block away from the school. I like how there are people from everywhere and I have many new international friends.
Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: Intensive program for a year. It has been much better than I expected! In the first week, I knew how to introduce my family!
Q: What do you find most interesting about Shanghai?
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Its culture and its people. I like the Pudong Skyline at night, its so beautiful! The Fake Market is awesome, I'm definitely going there before I go back to Panama so I can buy nice stuff for my friends and family members!
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: I can believe how very cheap everything is here. I went to this restaurant and I had my dinner and when it was time to pay I thought there was a mistake in the bill! The food was delicious and it was so cheap! I go there all the time now haha.
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: I would tell them to come so learn this magnificent language that will help them so much in their future. I think it brings many new opportunities. If you want to learn mandarin for your career or just for the sake of it, this is definitely the place to be.
 

Name: Karin
Duration:
September 21 to December 29, 2009
Profession: Student
Languages spoken: Swedish, English, Spanish and now a little Chinese
Hobbies: Photograph, travel, horses and handicraft

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Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: I only have morning lessons so I have a lot of spare time, which is great! I have time to experience Shanghai in my own way and tempo. The program has been much more than I expected! I have learned so much in a very short time! And the teachers are all very good and the class is only 5-10 people so they are small and personal.
Q: What do you find most interesting about Shanghai?
A:
The people! As I study psychology I like to see different cultures and “learning by trying” is something I really like. And the Shanghaines people I have meet are very helpful and friendly.
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: Every day is a new experience! But I think the food is the most memorable! I like to try new things and I like to order the strangest food I can find in the menu every time I'm out eating. It is a fun way to learn the food culture!
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: My best advice is to try, try, try. China has a great culture and you learn so much by trying everything you can find. Try to live as close to the culture as possible, talk to people, go where local people go etc, this is a great chance to learn both about a new culture and learn things about yourself!
 

Name: Eva VAN DER MER
Duration: October 19 to November 21, 2009
Profession: Student
Languages spoken:
English, Dutch, German, French
Hobbies: Cooking, Hanging out with friends, See new cities, Going to cinema and museum

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Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: I enrolled in Combined 25. It's definitely as good as I expected. In the morning we practiced Pinyin and oral Chinese. All of them are very useful because we use them in our daily life, like in restaurants and supermarkets.
Q: What do you find most interesting about Beijing?
A:
The most interesting thing is that Beijing is a mixture of the old Chinese culture and the new modern world. You can visit lots of places and feel about Chinese culture. Hutong leaved me deep impression that you rent a bike and get into it where you can see men playing cards and majiang. Beijing is a city that is rapidly changing!
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: In general people are very friendly , they want to help you even though they don't speak English. They try to understand what you have said in Chinese and make a short conversation with you. You can grab every chance to speak Chinese . In Beijing , you will feel like being a super star when you appear at some sightseeing places, crowds of people gather around you and take pictures with. What a wonderful feeling it is!
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: Try to get a Chinese friend and talk with them to improve your oral Chinese and know more Chinese culture as well. Do not let yourself looks so solemn, try your best to smile and speak Chinese. It is a better way for you to learn Chinese.
 
Name: Stijn Vandenbroucke
Duration: August 10 to October 16, 2009
Profession: Industrial Design
Languages spoken: Dutch, French, English, German
Hobbies: Sports, Travelling, Good food and Hanging out with friends
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Q: Is this your first time in China?
A: I have been in China for professional reasons multiple times.
Q: How did you find your studies in China ?
A: I am very satisfied. Though I have been here quite a few times I hardly spoke Chinese. After 6 weeks I can already help myself around a little. I know there is still a very long way to go before I can really communicate, debate and exchange ideas in Chinese.
Q: What program did you enroll in? Has the program been what you expected?
A: Intensive Course. I found the books very interesting and easy to learn. The pace might perhaps be a little faster for me, but I guess I can compensate that with learning Hanzi. Overall I am very satisfied about the courses and the good atmosphere at school.
Q: What do you find most interesting about Shanghai?
A:
I like the exotic history of Shanghai and how it left its traces all over the city architecturally and culturally. I keep being amazed about the scale of this city and all the different aspects it shows.
Q: Tell us a few of your most memorable experiences in China so far?
A: I guess I'll never forget the first time I came here and I was looking from out the car to the traffic: overloaded trucks, buses, bicycles, tricycles etc, all together in all directions pushing forward.
Once I also had dinner in a lake settlement where we bought the fish directly from the fishermen who passed with their boats almost next to our table. Delicious!
I will also never forget a ride we once made from Binzhou to Tianjin. The landscape along this coastline is one of the most inhospitable I have ever seen.
Q: What advice/tips would you give to future students who plan to study in China?
A: About school: If you don't have much time I think Mandarin House is the best choice. You may think it's expensive but I consider it's worthwhile.
About China: Be open-minded, show respect, try everything and enjoy it!
 
 
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