2013 Winter Mandarin Course

2013 Winter Mandarin Course Overview

The Chinese Culture Center offers Mandarin courses that are practical and fun. Our classes offer a foundation for using Mandarin that target specific topics useful in business, travel, making new friends, or for personal enrichment.  If you want to learn Mandarin, and want to go beyond textbooks and classrooms to learn as part of the community, the Chinese Culture Center Mandarin program is the right fit for you.

Mandarin Classes

Fun with Food I

OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT!!!

Class fees: $450.00

* Register and pay before January 20, 2013 and pay only $410.00 for the whole session

 

8 week Spring Session

The start date has changed to February 16 (due to the Chinese New Year) and the course will run for 8 weeks.

Every Saturday 10:00am – 1:00pm

 

This course is suitable for absolute beginners to advanced beginners.

This class is taught primarily in English and teaches learners useful lingo and tips when ordering, eating and discussing Chinese food and Chinese food culture. Learn Mandarin while interactively exploring restaurant menus, geography, culture and history.

During the eight week session students will be introduced to basic spoken Mandarin necessary for socializing over food and will learn to identify more than 60 Chinese characters related to Chinese food culture

  • Talk about your favorite Chinese foods
  • Learn tips on Chinese dining and etiquette
  • Order authentic Chinese food in a restaurant
  • Identify Chinese characters found on menu’s and signs
  • Dine with classmates to practice (each student should be prepared to spend up to $20 per meal)

Contact: colin@c-c-c.org to register and arrange payment

* Cash or check preferred, credit card accepted

 

Fun with Food II

TBD – Currently unavailable

This course is suitable for advanced beginners to intermediate level. An entrance exam will be offered for placement.

This class is taught primarily in English and teaches learners useful lingo and tips when ordering, eating and discussing Chinese food and Chinese food culture. Learn Mandarin while interactively exploring restaurant menus, geography, culture and history.

In this class students will continue to develop a vocabulary centered on Chinese food and Chinese food culture. This class will dine together and explore China’s regional cuisines.