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Ken Xiao's Number one best selling book has now been translated into several different languages. He teaches students around the world how to become fluent in English.
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The intelligent (and fair) key to understanding China is learning to accept and adapt to the culture. Most older foreigners can see a lot of things in Chinese culture that was the accepted norm in Ame
  • 撒哈拉矿泉水: i agree with your point   (6-5 00:10)
  • Laine: We have been here 7 months, love the place and have adapted (we are in our late 50s). There is something I would like to raise with you privately soncerning a new teacher here. How can we do that on p (5-2 15:07)
  • MichaelM: You can send me a private message. (5-3 06:41)
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MichaelM

Michael is the author of the transformational book, Powerful Attitudes. He is a professional educator, an educational consultant, an author. He lives in Zhengzhou, Henan Province. He enjoys playing guitar and writing poetry. He loves China.

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  • Chinese Students Will Conquer English 2018-2-8 01:21

    Until the Chinese change the methods used to teach English by Chinese teachers and get rid of 99% of the poor foreign teachers. Maybe 5% of the Chinese will master English.Maybe. Taliking how and actually doing it are very different.

  • Smashing Mobile Phones 2018-2-8 01:13

    No one should destroy other property. But maybe 10% of students in the USA use them to learn. Can lead a horse to water but can not make them drink it. Same with computers. Can tell them they should but 90% or more willl not.

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