About the Author

eTeacherChineseBlog is a great opportunity to learn about the intriguing Chinese language and culture. And who better to learn all about these topics from than a native academic Chinese teacher living in the heart of China.

This live and dynamic blog, with new posts a few times a week, covers topics such as the Chinese culture, economy, politics, art, food, holidays, traditions, history, traveling and of-course the Mandarin language.

eTeacherChinese Blog is written by Xu Ying, a professional Chinese teacher working for eTeacherChinese, teaching live online classes to students from all over the world.

Xu Ying

Chinese teacher at www.eTeacherChinese.com

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A Few Words About Me

Xu Ying gained her experience in teaching Chinese as a foreign language in the University of Tsinghua, where she also received her Masters degrees in Chinese Linguistics. Xu speaks English and lives in Beijing.

About eTeacher

eTeacher is the world’s foremost online language academy.  Students participate in a virtual classroom and learn from certified, native instructors located half a world away. The hallmarks of eTeacher’s language courses are live online instruction, flexible hours, and the convenience of learning from home or office. Since 2001, thousands of eTeacher graduates, from over a hundred countries, have acquired a new language. eTeacher is a portfolio company of Pamoja Capital, a Swiss private investment firm that believes in creating value through long-term, socially responsible global investments in various areas, including education.

eTeacher’s Instruction Method

eTeacher’s language lessons are conducted live and online, by a professional  native instructor located half a world away. Students use their personal computer to log in to a virtual classroom and participate in a lesson. The bi-directional interaction provides the immediacy, intimacy and effectiveness of a physical classroom, while providing the flexibility and comfort of study from home or office.

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