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Taiwan’s Ministry of Education Launches Huayu 101, for Learning Mandarin Online

Taiwan’s Ministry of Education Launches Huayu 101, for Learning Mandarin Online

Taipei, Taiwan -- The Ministry of Education (MOE) announced the launch of Huayu 101, a new online Mandarin learning initiative, at the end of May. This is one of several to attract and motivate more young people to learn Mandarin in Taiwan. Huayu 101 taps into learners’ interest in Taiwan and its culture. The designer of Huayu 101, Professor Chang Yuhsin from the University of Taipei, has been teaching Mandarin for more than 20 years. He and his team collected key basic survival phrases that people can immediately use, covering topics such as accommodation, shopping, ordering food, transport, and getting emergency help. Foreign students and travelers will find the material really useful in Taiwan and other Mandarin-speaking regions. The MOE worked with Logan D. Beck, a YouTube enthusiast, to produce two videos about Taiwan’s culture and learning Mandarin: Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage, and Taiwan Night Market Street Food. The first video drew 50,000 views the night it was launched and it’s been watched more than 150,000 times since. Beck and a popular rice cake seller, Mr. Liu, attended the launch and showed some Huayu 101 video footage featuring them in a scene set in a night market.   The global demand for Chinese language education led to the planning and implementation of the Eight-year Chinese Language Education Promotion Plan (2013–2020). Taiwan’s Chinese language education sector has been vigorously marketing itself internationally, and the Office of Global Mandarin Education (OGME) was set up to integrate the Chinese language education resources in Taiwan. Another exciting initiative that similarly integrates Taiwan’s tourism resources and language learning resources is Mandarin On-the-Go. The MOE worked with the Ministry of Transportation and Communication Tourism Bureau, and the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration of the Ministry of Economic Affairs to create this new study-tour model. You can find lots of information about both of these initiatives on the OGME website: https://ogme.edu.tw/Home/tw   Contact details: Office of Global Mandarin Education OGME (OGME) Chi Kuo-Ning Tel No: +886-2-2391-1368 ext.1360 Email: c1360@csd.org.tw  

 2018 夏季班

2018 Summer term

Admission Conditions Foreigners who are interested in learning Chinese.   Class Time Monday to Friday 09:00-12:00 AM, 3 hours per day, 15 hours per week. The Summer Term will last for 3 month.   Member of Each Class   3 students minimum a class.   Class Introduction These courses, mainly short-term, are divided into three levels: elementary, intermediate and advanced. The class schedules are more flexible and can be customized for students.Course contents involve common topics in life and it is hoped that students can make practical use of what they learn in class. Besides, activities or reports are implemented to train students’ listening, reading and speaking skills.   Tuition NTD$36,000 for one person/ per class (Textbook and materials are not included)   Application Procedures Online Application:  http://www.clc.ndhu.edu.tw/files/87-1127-2441.php Required Documents: Photocopy of passport, financial statement (at least US$2,500),  Proof of Highest Education Degree,  Medical Checkup Report,  Two 2-inch passport photos. Online Oral Test or Written Examination After the registration deadline, CLC will write an enrolment letter to the Review Committee to review the application documents, the students background, motivation, study plan, etc., after the application documents passed the Review Committee, to whether or not the applicant needs to take placement test(applicants who cannot speak Chinese can attend the test too).After the evaluation, CLC will arrange the classes and issue acceptance letter to those, whose documents passed the Review Committee and the placement test.

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