The main reason why I set up this blog Wenjunior is because I want to help my children, other children, and beginners to learn Mandarin Chinese in an easy fun way.
As a parent and Chinese teacher, I often heard that learning Mandarin Chinese was boring.
If you have a chance to attend a weekend Chinese school graduation ceremony, you might find : The higher the grade, the fewer students. Many students just dropped out before they finish the complete Chinese learning program.
If you are my reader, you might know it already that I am determined to raise Chinese and English bilingual children. Actually, that is the reason why my blog wenjunior.com was born.
As we know, having a child learn Mandarin Chinese in English speaking environment is a tough job. Especially, when a child is getting old, he starts to be more resistant to learn Mandarin Chinese.
Many parents feel frustrated with this issue and don’t know how to do.
As you might know, I am always looking for people to share their ideas and experiences on education and parenting.
If you read my former post: Parent Interview: Oliver Tu, I hope you learned something.
In this post I am going to interview Brett Hughes.