Date registered: September 8, 2010
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My name is Forest Aike with over 10 years of linguistic teaching experience in China (where I teach English and Chinese), America (teaching Chinese and English) and New Zealand (teaching Chinese).
Learners of Chinese are primarily categorized into 4 sorts based on their starting level of Chinese: Icebreakers (total beginners), Beginners, intermediate and advanced.
Moreover, learners are classified into 2 kinds on the basis of their purpose of study: practical use targeted and HSK test oriented.
Undoubtedly, there are some learners of combined categories, who focus on both colloquial and HSK test.
No matter what level of Chinese you are initiating with or whatever purpose of study you bear in mind, I'm confident that my FREE demo class can inspire you on your way of learning Chinese.
1. FREE (The first class is a demo);
2. 100-120RMB/hour, 20 hours as minimum course length to ensure chronic effectiveness (including learning materials and personal suggestions).
Phone: 185 8183 8670
Contact Person: Forest Aike
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (This is indeed a valid email address.)
Address: No.88, 1st Sect of West 1st Ringroad, Wuhou District (opposite the sports university and not far from the minorities university)
After moving to Chengdoo, I suddenly became attracted by the leisure lifestyles here. So I rented an apartment and am deciding to make a trip to an ajacent state, Tibet in May.
I got some relevant info on line via http://www.easy-tibettravel.com that renders detailed train info.
But purchasing the first class tickets seems to be harsh so far.
—Is there anyone who've taken a train trip to Tibet and could offer me some experience?
My girlfriend and I just moved in Chengdu and we're lucky that we came across some good job opportunities via some hospitable local friends.
Since we've settled down, we're considering traveling to Tibet in May as I just found that Chengdoo is really close to Tibet compared to numerous other regions I've ever been to.
We discovered some useful info about transports to Tibet through searching the internet, such as http://www.easy-tibettravel.com which offers essential details about train tickets.
The problem is that train tickets to Lhasa seem tough to book as we've inquired several service firms throughout the country.
--Would you please provide any substantial info?
Thanks in advance.
The most well-known one was Bianzhou Gay Bar 变奏酒廊(also named: 1 + 1 酒吧) at the earliest. But a more fashionable one called MC Bar took its dominant place 2 years ago. However, I think, the one offering the best service is YY Bar. It coinsides that MC Bar and YY Bar is just walking distance from each other of about 200 meters. :)
This site offers part time English teaching positions for gay native English teachers:
http://www.cdyyky.com (but it's mainly in Chinese.)