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Looking for Chinese tuition in East Coast

Postby ling08 » Thu, 18 Sep 2008 12:53 pm

My kid dislikes Chinese and is having problems keeping up with his Chinese class in school. Can anyone recommend a tuition centre that teaches Chinese in a fun way? ... btw, my kid is in Pri 1 and we stay in East Coast. Thanks!

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Postby agapedage » Fri, 26 Sep 2008 10:32 am

Maybe you can find a private tutor to let the child can focus on Chinese.

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Re: Looking for Chinese tuition in East Coast

Postby hometutors.sg » Sun, 28 Sep 2008 5:23 pm

ling08 wrote:My kid dislikes Chinese and is having problems keeping up with his Chinese class in school. Can anyone recommend a tuition centre that teaches Chinese in a fun way? ... btw, my kid is in Pri 1 and we stay in East Coast. Thanks!


East coast is rather secluded. Ie not so many commercial set ups.

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Postby Uzar » Fri, 03 Jul 2009 7:47 pm

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Re: Looking for Chinese tuition in East Coast

Postby fristromcan » Fri, 03 Jul 2009 10:22 pm

ling08 wrote:My kid dislikes Chinese and is having problems keeping up with his Chinese class in school. Can anyone recommend a tuition centre that teaches Chinese in a fun way? ... btw, my kid is in Pri 1 and we stay in East Coast. Thanks!


Not sure how the class is conducted for your kids age group but for the younger ones (3-5), the class at the children's art theatre at Kembagan plaza (http://www.childrenartstheatre.com/) is quite fun. Good luck!

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chinese tuition

Postby jazzle » Sun, 05 Jul 2009 6:07 pm

Try Parkway Parade. Pretty close by East coast and many enrichment centres there.

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hi ling08

Postby skytan88 » Sun, 18 Oct 2009 11:45 am

I heard about this tuition centre in Serangoong Central. Its called Eduhub Creative Learning. Block 265, #03- 267, Serangoon Central Drive. << I got the address from a friend. They have a lot of International School children. They have received a lot of positive feedback from the parents. The children's grades have improved from fail to pass; and are progressing very well. You can call 9650 9630 and ask for Jolene. I understand they teach Chinese with close interaction with the teachers in a fun way. Teachers are important. The teachers there are experienced and engage the students in chinese language in a friendly and positive interaction.

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Postby erpe » Sun, 18 Oct 2009 11:28 pm

My son enjoys Berries Learning Center. It takes a big space of the 2nd floor of Kembangan CC... give it a try! :D


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