Mandarin on a Tour

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Hi guys, Have you ever thought of Mandarin on a Tour? Well this is a big time fun based on a big time scientific fact. The idea is to help Mandarin learners connect their learning to a sensory connection, vis-a-vis image, sound, feeling or even a smell. There are three programs that take place in Suzhou, Wuzhen & Shanghai 3 Days: 980RMB 5 Days: 1780 RMB 7 Days: 2980 Contact me directly for more information ( I am Jordan Al from Sound Chinese Learning Center ( It does not matter when you want to come, if you are coming alone or with a group, if you want to start from scratch or you want to further enhance your Mandarin. Even if you are already living in Suzhou or you have not heard of it. Our sensory connection theory will enhance your learning and the courses we set here are meant to fit various needs. If needed, we can even tailor a special course to meet your detailed needs. Our carefully tailored programs have in-door mandarin sessions to set the grounds; and planned programs to fascinating places to help you establish an unforgettable learning experience. Cheers, Jordan

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