The easy way to learn Chinese with friendly, skilled Mandarin speakers

 Whether you’re looking for an easy way to learn Chinese, or want to understand Chinese culture a bit better, our experienced Chinese teachers will guide you through the fundamentals of the Mandarin language patiently, drawing on real life scenarios and practical business examples.

Scroll through our teacher profiles below.

 

Kun Huang (Michelle)

Kun Huang (Michelle)

Originally from Changchun city in Jilin Province (north east China), Kun is passionate about the Chinese language and loves helping people learn to speak Chinese.

Her own accent is impeccable and in 2003, she obtained her certificate for speaking Chinese Mandarin to the highest recognisable level in China. Kun also has a Masters in Asian studies from Monash University and is accredited as a professional translator (English into Chinese) by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.

 

Jing Quan

Jing Quan

A graduate of the University of Si Chuan (south west China), Jing has been helping people learn to speak Chinese since 2003. Her passion for teaching is matched by her love for China – something that’s evident in the way she encourages her students to develop an interest in both the language and the culture.

Jing thinks that classes should fun and engaging – but believes they should be relevant too. That’s why she draws on practical examples wherever possible – making sure the phrases and etiquette you learn in her classes are directly applicable to business scenarios.

 

Angela Jia

Angela Jia  Angela is a fully registered teacher and has been teaching Mandarin Chinese in   Melbourne for four years. For her, teaching is all about helping people learn to speak Chinese in an engaging and practical way.

Angela holds a Graduate Diploma of Education and is accredited as a professional translator (English into Chinese) by the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters.

 

 

Mia Zhu

Mia Zhu

 Mia believes the best way to learn to speak Chinese is to absorb language and  culture together. Books are all very well, she says, but they don't give you a feel for what's really going on in a country. 

With a bachelor's degree in Management at the China University of Mining and Technology, a bachelor's degree in e-commerce from Swinburne University and a master's degree in IT from Monash, Mia has a genuine understanding of the issues facing businesses today. 
She's proud of her hometown (Bejing) and has a passion for helping people to learn.

 

Jing Han Ma


Jing Han MaEasy going and approachable, Jing Han is the newest member of our team. She’s passionate about helping people learn to speak Chinese and proud to be able help businesses and individuals in Australia understand Chinese culture.

Jing Han holds a certificate of teaching Chinese overseas, awarded by the International Professional Certification Association.