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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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  • How China Can Dominate The World 2019-1-17 21:43

    if you take the factors of sweatshops and real estate bubbles out of the  equation, china's economy is by no means that big. china's economy may appear impressive on numbers, but is of quite poor quality. on per ca pita basis china is and will remain to be one of the poorest countries on earth. it really does not make sense to say if china will dominate the world or not.

  • How China Can Dominate The World 2019-1-17 21:26

    how can we verify the numbers of people who are supposed to be "brought out of poverty" in china? can we trust the statistics from china?

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