Chinese Climate

November 6, 2013

China lies mainly in the northern temperate zone under the influence of monsoon winds.From September and October to March and April the following year,monsoon winds blow from Siberia and the Mongolia Plateau into China and..

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Spring Festival

November 6, 2013

For thousands of year, Chinese regard the first day of the first lunar month as the traditional Chinese New Year — theSpring Festival. It is often compared to Christmas in western countries, because the Spring Festival is the most..

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It is possible to lead the enemy into an impasse without fighting. The active is weakened to strengthen the passive. The offensive and the defensive are the two fundamental elements in warfare. The offensive has..

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Avoid a contest of strength with the enemy but seek to weaken its position in accordance with the image of Dui underneath Qian. The man must be completely foolish who attempts to cook water in..

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The devil 9

November 6, 2013

In daily life, Chinese don’t treat 9 as an inauspicious number, but when it is some connection with your age, such as when you are 19, 29 or 49, etc. People especially in South China..

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The special mirror

November 6, 2013

If you’ve been to Chinese villages or towns, you may find that on the front door of a house, there is always a mirror hanging on the door, Chinese named it “Baojing” (a magic mirror)…

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Hot-pot

November 6, 2013

If you come to China, you should go to taste Chinese various hot-pots. They are really great. On a cold winter’s day nothing can be more desirable and pleasing than sitting down with family and friends around..

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Clay sculpture, it is also called “patterned sculpture”. It is a traditional craft in China. First, put some cotton fiber into prepared clay soil, then stir them to mix evenly; next, make rough sculpture with..

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China is not the hometown of lions. In the Han Dynasty, Parthia (present Iran) gave some lions to China as presents. It is obvious that there is always a pair of stone lions before some..

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Ling

November 6, 2013

“Ling” referred to big earth dunes before. Chinese used it to stand for imperial tombs. There are two reasons: to describe the size of the tombs and to show the dignity of feudal emperors. In..

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Sjoerd testimonial for keats chinese school

SJOERD | Netherlands

Small Group Chinese Class

We use a lot of games to learn grammar and new words. We have really good teachers, really patient. She helps us a lot. Our class is really nice and we have people from all over the world, different countries. We often discuss topics in Chinese in our class. I live in the dorm of Keats. It is very convenient. I don’t have to spend time on traveling. You can just focus on learning Chinese.

Sully testimonial for keats chinese school

Sully | France

Small Group Chinese Class

All my classmates stay together for one year and we improved so much! The teachers are all very great. They like to organize a lot of activities to help us learn Chinese.

Martine testimonial for keats chinese school

Martine | France

Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I really enjoy this place because we have private lessons. I took the 6-hour program, 4 hours in the morning, 2 in the afternoon. Even though it is quite a lot, the teaching is complimentary. This is very helpful because I could review what I did before and learn new things. My 2 teachers are fantastic. We live in the school, so it is convenient. It is interesting to me to meet people from all over the world.

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Faith | UK

Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I have 2 teachers, and I do 4 hours a day. So I have got Dong Laoshi and Jin Laoshi. Both of them are very good. They made the experience very nice to me. They are willing to help you whenever, so if you ever have a question here, the teachers are always there to help you whether it is visas, whether it is getting around the city. Everyone wants to talk to you.

Ida testimonial for keats chinese school

Ida | Italy

Small Group Chinese Class

I have studied at Keats for 2 semesters. I highly recommend Keats School. If you are very interested in Chinese culture, I would suggest you come to Kunming. Kunming people are very friendly. The weather in Kunming is great. So I recommend that you study at Keats in Kunming.

Ben testimonial for keats chinese school

Ben | USA

Small Group Chinese Class

My first semester that I studied at another school, and the pressure there was pretty high, the classroom hour was long, and the homework was pretty tedious. Since I came to Keats, I found I have a lot more opportunities to speak in the classroom. My classmates all are fluent and love speaking and participating in the class. We have great classroom dynamic.

David testimonial for keats chinese schoo

David | Australia

Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

It has been notable because I have met a lot of people who I met first time last year like me to come back to Keats this year. The teaching has been fantastic. The teachers carefully prepare each lesson. I think this one-on-one approach is really a great way perhaps anyway to rapidly increase your level of Chinese and increase your confidence and fluency with the language.

Ivo testimonial for keats chinese school

Ivo | Switzerland

Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

They really care about what our interests are, what questions we have, what requirements we have. Then they adjust our class content according to the situations. One teacher and one student, so it is easy to keep your focus for the 6 hours of lessons. It is very convenient to study, live and eat in one building.

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