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Mandarin Language Intensive Weekend Workshop

26 July 2014 - 27 July 2014

Over one billion people in the world speak Chinese. Mandarin Chinese is the official Chinese language used in China, Taiwan, and Singapore, also is commonly used in many other Asian countries

Over one billion people in the world speak Chinese. Mandarin Chinese is the official Chinese language used in China, Taiwan, and Singapore, also is commonly used in many other Asian countries. 
 
In this two-day intensive workshop you will learn: 
  • Pronunciation of names and places 
  • Greetings and basic conversation 
  • Foods and drinks 
  • Numbers, days of the week, months of the year 
  • Where? When? What? Why? 
  • Other useful words and phrases 
When: Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 July | 9.30am to 3.30pm
Where: Adelaide Uni Research, Park, Stirling St, Thebarton, SA 5031
 

Stage One Mandarin Weekly Course

06 August 2014

This 10 week course is limited to 8 people and you will learn promunciation of names and places, greetings and basic conversation, about food and drinks, numbers, days of the week and other use

This 10 week course is limited to 8 people and you will learn:

  • Pronunciation of names and places 
  • Greetings and basic conversation 
  • Foods and drinks 
  • Numbers, days of the week, months of the year 
  • Where? When? What? Why? 
  • Other useful words and phrases
When: Class commencing Wednesday 6 August for 10 weeks | 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Where: Adelaide Uni Research Park | Stirling Street, Thebarton, South Australia

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Chinese Communication Styles(Half-Day Workshop)

20 August 2014

This workshop teaches strategies to interpret non-verbal messages, how to communicate in a hierarchical environment, and understand how Chinese people maintain harmony and solve conflicts.

This workshop teaches strategies to interpret non-verbal messages, how to communicate in a hierarchical environment, and understand how Chinese people maintain harmony and solve conflicts.

This workshop will help you understand:
  • The indirectness of Chinese communication
  • The Chinese way of dealing with conflicts
  • When ‘yes’ actually means ‘no’
  • The importance of harmony during Chinese communication
  • Non-verbal communication
  • How to communicate in a group environment
  • How to get your point across in an appropriate way
 
When: Wednesday 20 August | 9.00am—11.00am
Where: Inner West BEC | 30—32 Stirling St, Thebarton, SA 5031
 
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