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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The world is changing. These days, more and more parents are interested in raising bilingual and even trilingual children.
Some parents are more ambitious. They wish their children learn as many languages as possible.
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If you are my reader for some time, you might know, I mentioned several times in my different posts that a playdate is a nice way to help your kid’s Mandarin Chinese learning.
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Asian Chinese children are well known to have excellent academic performance. To be honest, it is not true all the time. However, many Chinese parents do follow ancient Chinese wisdom to raise their children.
In this post, I will explain some Chinese sayings related with parenting to give you a glimpse about how Chinese parents think about education and how we educate our children.
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