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Ni Hao Chinese Online Language Program

Learn Chinese is easier than you though? 學中文其實很簡單

Ni Hao Chinese Online Language Program offers classes for learners in different age groups and levels.
Our curriculum is designed for non-native Mandarin speakers who live overseas. Ni Hao Chinese Online
Language Program aims to advance learners’ Chinese proficiency by structured class, interactive
learning mode, and language certification.

  • 👉 Language immersion (語言沈浸)
  • 👉 Real-person interaction (線上真人互動)
  • 👉 Small-size group class (小班教學)
  • 👉 Professional teachers (專業師資)
  • 👉 Culture enrichment (中華文化)
  • 👉 Real-life application (實際應用)
  • 👉 AP & HSK achievement (認證與檢定)

Program also includes… 我們的課程還提供…

A quick preview (3-5 mins)
of the vocabs and
sentences to get you
better prepared for the

Help you to review what
you had learned in class,
enhancing your retention
and acquisition.

To evaluate language proficiency,
keep track on your learning
progress and increase
opportunities in applying jobs or
scholarship for your career.


Q & A

Q1: I am not sure about my child’s language level.

A1: No worries. We will provide free assessment of language proficiency and suggest the course(s) that best fits your child’s level.

Q2: Can I enroll my child if he/she has no language background?

A2: Yes, we do offer classes for beginner.

Q3: Can I schedule trial class for my child?

A3: Yes, you are welcome to schedule free trial with us.

Q4: How long does each class take?

A4: Each online class is 1 hr. We also provide additional materials and online video/audio for after class reviewing.

Q5: Do you provide group class or 1-1 class?

A5: Both types of classes are available. You can also customize tutorial class based on your needs with us.

Q6: How many students does each group class have?

A6: We offer small-size class with maximum 8 students/per class.

Q7: What kinds of Chinese character system (simplified/traditional) do you teach?

A7: We teach both systems. Traditional Chinese is widely used in Taiwan and Hong Kong while Simplified Chinese is used in China.

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