Learn Chinese in Puzhehei
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Chinese Language Courses in Puzhehei

Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

Intensive One-on-One Chinese Classes

  • Personal study plans
  • Best teachers and private lessons
  • Start anytime
  • Full immersion experience
  • Full services (study + single room accommodation)

HSK Test Preparation Course

HSK Test Preparation Course

  • Start anytime
  • HSK experts with years of experience
  • Get test scores improved significantly
  • Intensive one-on-one Chinese class
  • Full services (study + single room accommodation)

Chinese Language Course + Tour in China

Chinese Language Course + Tour in China

  • Private one-on-one Chinese lessons
  • Full services (study + accommodation)
  • Excursions and tours with your teacher
  • Travel to Dali, Lijiang, Shangri-la, Jianshui, Yuanyang

Learn Chinese Online

Learn Chinese Online

  • Live 1-on-1 online Chinese lessons
  • Learn Chinese online anytime
  • Study Mandarin anywhere
  • Professional Chinese teachers
  • Personal study plans

Intensive One-on-one Chinese Course

You can choose to study Chinese in Puzhehei for 4 hours per day (20 hours/week) or 6 hours per day (30 hours/week). If you want to learn Chinese in China, the intensive one-on-one Chinese course is the fastest way to improve your Chinese.

We use unique teaching methods developed by Keats. Your Chinese teacher(s) will prepare your lessons according to your level of Chinese and your learning goals to make sure that you learn the most Chinese in the shortest possible time.

Accommodation is included.

Accommodation in Puzhehei

  • Single/Double room accommodation with private bathroom
  • Clean, safe and comfortable
  • Room cleaning service every day
  • Experience the breathtaking beauty of Puzhehei and indulge in comfortable accommodations that will make your stay unforgettable.

Accommodation in Puzhehei

Experience the serene beauty of Puzhehei, a hidden gem nestled in Yunnan, China, where you can immerse yourself in lush greenery, crystal clear lakes, and a unique karst landscape, offering a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

Why learn Chinese in Puzhehei?

Puzhehei, a place as beautiful as Guilin with Karst’s geographical landscape, is an ideal destination to enjoy some cool air on hot summer days in Yunnan. In the Yi group’s language, “Puzhehei” means a lake with countless fish and shrimps, which indicates that this is a highly livable place.

In summer, endless water lilies and lotus leaves connect and spread among the picturesque rivers and mountains of Puzhehei. Boating relaxingly in the river, enjoying the tender breeze, and appreciating the scenery, you will enjoy a peaceful summer in Puzhehei.

Full Immersion in Chinese

  • If you prefer to have an all-Chinese learning environment and not speak any English, Puzhehei is for you. Please don’t be surprised if you are the only student in Puzhehei or if you barely see any international visitors.
  • The best thing about studying in Puzhehei is that your teacher will accompany you to do sightseeing every day after class, to create a pure Chinese language environment for you. Studying Chinese in Puzhehei not only focuses on the Chinese language but also offers a chance to explore the local culture with your teacher.
  • If you prefer a big and vivid international student community or expect a school community experience, please choose to learn Chinese in Kunming at the Kunming campus.

Puzhehei: Yunnan's Hidden Gem

Puzhehei's crystal clear waters and lush green hills create a serene natural paradise.

How to Get to Puzhehei?

Puzhehei is located in the Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan province and borders the Guangxi province. It is approximately 174 miles southeast of the provincial capital of Kunming.

The best way to get to Puzhehei is to take the high-speed train from Kunming, which takes about 60 minutes. We offer you train station pick-up and drop-off for free.

If you plan to study Mandarin Chinese in China at Puzhehei for a great summer program in China, we will take you to the train station in Kunming and pick you up at Puzhehei station.

Places to Visit in Puzhehei – Puzhehei National Wet-land Park

Puzhehei Wetland is located in the subtropical limestone mountain zone. The wetland and the stone mountains are integrated, forming a unique natural landscape and a special karst lake wetland ecosystem. It is a very representative karst landform in southwest China.

The total area of Puzhehei National Wetland Park is 16,611 acres, and the biological diversity in this area is also vibrant. The Moon Cave and the Torch Cave are the most famous karst caves to visit.

Places to Visit in Puzhehei – Caihua Village 菜花菁

This village is named Caihua Village because it’s next to the Oilseed blossoms fields. It is a Miao minority group village that well preserves the Miao minority culture. It also preserves some primitive buildings and traditional minority customs. For example, the famous Flower and Mountain festival is held from January 2 to 7 according to the lunar calendar. You can enjoy the equestrian race, Miao group singing event, and Miao group dancing performance during the festival.

Places to Visit in Puzhehei – Qinglong Mountain 青龙山

Qinglong Mountain is located about 600 meters west of Puzhehei Village. The central peak is 1,555 meters above sea level and 108 meters above the lake. It is not a very high mountain, so it is not difficult to climb.

Qinglong Mountain is the best place to enjoy the bird’s view of the Puzhehei scenic area and its villages. Walking along the narrow mountain road to the top of the mountain, lush trees along the way. After reaching the top of the mountain, there is a view platform for photographers to take pictures. The sunrise and sunset are all magnificent here.

Places to Visit in Puzhehei – Shede Grassland 舍得草场

Shede Grassland is located in the northwest of Qiubei County, covering more than 10,000 acres. It is the largest grassland in Yunnan Province and is praised as the “Mini version of Shangri-La.”

In the scenic area, the Yangxiong Mountain is the highest in Qiubei County, with more than 2500 meters. Virgin forest and towering ancient trees cover the mountain. Looking east from the top of Yangxiong Mountain, you can have a panoramic view of Puzhehei National Wetland Park.

Places to Visit in Puzhehei – Bailong Lake 摆龙湖

The Bailong Lake scenic area is composed of Qinglong Island, Cuizhu Island, and Biyun Island, which delicately combine the scenery of the lake and mountains here. There are 7 small islands and 3 peninsulas in total, so it is also praised as the Yunnan version of the “Qiandao Lake.”

Bailong Lake belongs to the plateau freshwater lake, so the water here is in a blending color of blue and green. Even in the flood season, turbid water is rarely seen here in Bailong Lake.

Things To Do in Puzhehei – Experience the Yi Minority culture by celebrating the Hualian Festival 花脸节

The Hualian Festival is the most solemn traditional festival for the Yi people in Puzhehei, Qiubei. This festival was originally set to exorcise evil spirits by smearing black dust on people’s faces from the stove.

For the time being, this festival has become the opportunity for contemporary Yi youths to express their romantic love emotion to others. At this time of each year, young men and women in Yi villages chase each other and try to smear the black dust on their favorite one’s face. The darker you are smeared, the more love and affection you receive from others. You should try to run away from the black dust if you don’t want to accept these affections. Every year, there will be over ten thousand people participating in this activity.

Things To Do in Puzhehei – Experience the Zhuang Minority culture by celebrating the Dragon Sacrificing Festival 祭龙节

This festival is celebrated on the lunar March 3. The Zhuang minority group worships the god of the forest, “竜,” a giant ancient tree in the forest. Because the Zhuang minority group lives near and depends on local forest resources, it is strictly forbidden to cut down trees here. This festival is set to remind Zhuang people always to show respect to nature and prey for health.

During the festival, Zhuang people have lots of entertainment together, including Zhuang drama, singing and dancing performances, the game of knocking red eggs on each other, a fireworks show, and eating a glutinous rice cake.

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Cuisine in Puzhehei – Colourful Glutinous Rice 花糯米饭 (Vegetarian Choice)

Colorful Glutinous Rice is made by steaming glutinous rice dyed with natural plant solution containing red, yellow, blue, purple, green, black, and other pigments extracted by Zhuang people. Colorful Glutinous Rice is not only beautiful but also has many meanings. Among the various colors, red represents auspiciousness, purple represents happiness, yellow represents more food, blue represents more clothing, green represents prosperity, black represents long life, and white represents peace.

This dish contains the best wishes from the Zhuang people. Do you know what to order in a Chinese restaurant?

Cuisine in Puzhehei – Pan-fried lotus leaves and eggs 荷叶炒鸡蛋 (Vegetarian Choice)

Puzhehei grows lots of loti here. Not only the lotus roots and seeds can be cooked as dishes, but also their leaves. The lotus leaves have a fresh fragrance that can well match the egg.

This is a special local dish, and you can find it in many local restaurants. Though this dish looks simple, it is fresh with bright color that contains both a good appearance and good taste simultaneously. There are another 10 dishes you must try when learning Chinese in Yunnan. 

Cuisine in Puzhehei – Stewed Inula nervosa wall and Chicken soup 小黑药炖鸡

Inula Nervosa wall is a popularly used herb in Yunnan cuisine. This dish is cooked by stewing the chicken meat and the herb together for two hours in one pot. Zhuang people believe this dish is not only tasty but also good for one’s well-being. They believe it is beneficial to one’s immune system. Enjoying a bowl of warm soup after the tour or your Chinese class would be the most comfortable thing during your trip.

FAQ

How to Get to Puzhehei?

Puzhehei is located in the Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan province and borders the Guangxi province. It is approximately 174 miles southeast of the provincial capital of Kunming.

The best way to get to Puzhehei is to take the high-speed train from Kunming, which takes about 60 minutes. We offer you train station pick-up and drop-off for free.

If you plan to study Mandarin Chinese in China at Puzhehei for a great summer program in China, we will take you to the train station in Kunming and pick you up at Puzhehei station.

What's the year around temperature in Puzhehei?

Puzhehei, located in Yunnan Province, China, has a subtropical highland climate. The temperatures are generally mild and comfortable throughout the year. Here’s a general breakdown:

  1. Winter (December – February): The temperature usually hovers between 8-15 degrees Celsius (46-59 degrees Fahrenheit).
  2. Spring (March – May): The temperature typically ranges from 15-25 degrees Celsius (59-77 degrees Fahrenheit).
  3. Summer (June – August): This is the warmest period with temperatures averaging around 20-28 degrees Celsius (68-82 degrees Fahrenheit).
  4. Autumn (September – November): The temperature typically ranges from 15-25 degrees Celsius (59-77 degrees Fahrenheit).

What does the tuition fee include?

The tuition fee includes:

  • 4/6 hours of one-on-one Chinese lessons per day Monday to Friday
  • Accommodation (A clean and safe single/double room with private bathroom)
  • Program Certificate

We also offer a list of free services for studying in Puzhehei:

  • Train Station pick-up and drop-off
  • Internet access use without limit
  • Saturday excursions
  • Laundry
  • A tour of the surroundings (bank, supermarket, post office etc.)
  • Medicine for minor illnesses
  • Advisors available to offer help
  • 24/7 support
  • Access to The Chairman’s Bao online learning platform
  • Visa application assistance
  • Room cleaning every day

Where to eat in Puzhehei?

Puzhehei in Yunnan Province, China, offers a variety of local and traditional Chinese food options. Here are a few places you might consider:

  1. Local Street Food Stalls and Markets: These are great places to try local Yunnan cuisine, including “Across the Bridge” noodles, Yunnan BBQ, and various rice and tofu dishes.
  2. Puzhehei Resort Restaurant: This restaurant is part of the Puzhehei Resort, offering various traditional Yunnan dishes in a comfortable setting.
  3. Yi Ethnic Minority Village: Here you can experience traditional Yi ethnic cuisine. The Yi people have unique dishes that are different from typical Chinese food.
  4. Local Farmhouses: Many local farmhouses offer meals to tourists. It’s a great way to taste authentic, home-cooked meals using fresh, local ingredients.
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It doesn’t matter what level of Chinese you have, or even you can start from the zero level. Your teacher will prepare the lessons according to your requirements. The advantage of living in the school is that you will have your tutoring, you will have your private accommodation with your own bathroom and all the meals provided. I highly recommend everybody to actually take the whole package because you get to meet other students.

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