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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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During 2016 summer, we spent several relaxing and fun weeks in China.
During our short stay, we met a lot of friends and families, visited some interesting places and enjoyed a lot of tasty local Chinese dishes. To my kids, this China trip is unforgettable.
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