Communicate in Mandarin effortless. Whether it’s socialising, requesting information, presenting an argument, explaining a situation, criticising a social ill, or suggesting a solution, our Mandarin Chinese courses are designed to make sure that happens.
Students learn Mandarin right to start, understand Chinese grammar correctly from the beginning, tune their pronunciation efficiently, and get adequate listening and speaking exercises they need.
Mandarin audio lessons help beginner students learn targeted languages, improve their pronunciations and train their ears.
Chinese video lessons help beginner students learn how to read and write Chinese, showing them how to write characters, the meanings of words and usages of grammar points. These lessons provide guidance for students to achieve sound Chinese reading and writing skills with 320 Chinese characters. Supplementary worksheets (PDF) are available for re-enforcement.
Private lessons and group classes are available for all Chinese courses.
This audio course enables students to introduce themselves in Mandarin in a sophisticated and coherent manner and to have meaningful social interactions in life and at work.
Building up from the previous one, this audio course gives students the ability to speak Mandarin in a wide social spectrum, and to speak Mandarin with confidence and clarity.
This audio course focuses on ten useful, important and relevant topics, and with sufficient listening exercises, brings students’ conversational ability to a new level.
This audio course greatly reduces English explanations, consolidates students’ learnings, improves their overall comprehension, and prepare them for the next stage.
This first video course teaches beginner students strokes and stroke orders, 70 characters, and how to read and write sentences and conversations.
This second video course introduces 50 new Chinese characters, and how to use them in reading and writing interesting conversations and short stories.
This third video course presents 50 new Chinese characters, and further develops students’ ability in reading and writing paragraphs and narratives.
This fourth video course teaches 50 new Chinese characters and enables students to read and write longer and more sophisticated Chinese texts.
This fifth video course presents 50 new Chinese characters and a good increase of words for students to read and write long and enjoyable stories.
This sixth video course adds another 50 new Chinese characters to students’ knowledge and opens up the readability of a wide range of Chinese texts.
This is a guide for beginner students to use four audio courses to self-study Mandarin with a focus on listening and speaking to be able to function well in a Mandarin speaking environment.
This is a guide for beginner students to use six animated video courses to self-study Chinese with a focus on reading and writing Chinese texts, and to develop sound reading and writing skills.
A beginner’s Mandarin course for non-Chinese speakers. Starting from pinyin, students build up conversational abilities quickly.
A higher beginner’s Mandarin course. Students learn essential words and structures and practice speaking on more topics.
Students improve their conversational abilities and begin developing overall Chinese comprehension through short stories.
Students train listening skills with near native speed, speak Mandarin with confidence, and reach a milestone in their Chinese study.
Students rapidly expand their vocabulary and develop Chinese language proficiency in both spoken and written communications.
Students engage in in-depth discussions around many social issues. Their contribution and ideas are at the heart of this course.
Students read analytical Chinese articles, practice giving presentations, and conduct researches in areas they are interested in.
Students study famous Chinese texts ranging from 2100 BCE to 1950s CE, including must read Classical Chinese and modern texts.
An integrated beginner’s Mandarin program. This program helps students get started quickly on listening, speaking, reading and writing.
A beginner’s Chinese writing course. Students learn strokes, stroke orders, 70 Chinese characters and read short conversations.
Students learn 50 new characters and practice reading and writing Chinese texts written with a total of 120 characters.
Students learn 50 new characters and practice reading and writing longer Chinese texts written with 170 characters.
Students learn 50 new characters and further their reading and writing abilities with interesting stories written with 220 characters.
Students learn 50 new characters and practice reading and writing long and engaging stories written with 270 Chinese characters.
Students learn 50 new characters and practice reading and writing more diverse Chinese texts written with 320 characters.
Get some insightful cultural orientation and be equipped with essential phrases with our short-term survival Chinese course.
Students read articles published in WeChat public accounts and gain information about China’s current political and social atmosphere.
Students read articles published in different financial publications, improve Chinese language proficiency and maximise career opportunities.
(852) 9739 8065
3/F, Dah Sing Life Building
99-105 Des Voeux Road Central
© 2022 MSL Master. All Rights Reserved