Many consider Chinese to be one of the hardest languages to pick up, and something that people of all ages struggle learning. It is also a known fact that the Singapore education system places great emphasis on being effectively bilingual. Special Assistance Plan Schools even require students to take higher chinese at a young age. Aside from students, many adults are also trying to improve their proficiency in Chinese in order to aid in their work progression.
Our articles cover tips on how to excel in chinese comprehension, chinese composition, chinese oral, as well as tips to the best way to earn mandarin and how one can foster an interest in both higher chinese and normal chinese. Beyond simply trying to pass Chinese exams, we want to help our students prepare for exams and excel in PSLE, O Levels, as well as A Levels.
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