Guest Blog: 5 Industries Where the Chinese Language Will Get You Far

Language skills can carve a better career path for you. The ability to speak another language boosts your confidence, improves our employability and increases the chances of getting an excellent salary. Right now, Chinese speakers are in demand. Your expertise in the language will pay off because you'll stand out against competition, as Chinese speakers [...]

By |December 6th, 2019|Chinese Classes, Chinese Language|0 Comments

Don’t Get Ripped Off at the Market

Some of us have been living in China for decades, some of us for only a week. Either way, we have all been in that situation where we need to haggle and barter for something at some point. Want that Burberry scarf, but deciding that 100 Euro seems a tad excessive? Haggle with a guy [...]

By |November 28th, 2019|Chinese Culture, Tips and Guides|0 Comments

Guest Blog: 7 Things You Might Not Know About the Chinese Language

Many think that the Chinese language is one of the most difficult to learn. But the difficulty is relative. It depends on how much you want to learn Chinese and the methods you use for learning it. Many language schools provide formal lessons and several learning tools are available online. You just have to find [...]

By |November 8th, 2019|Chinese Culture, Chinese Language|0 Comments

Why Chinese People Drink Hot Water ( A Relatively Brief History)

Many would consider this an odd sight, it is a sweltering 40°C day and the sun is beating down, you reach for your bottle only to find it filled with boiling hot water. This might seem odd to those from Europe or America, but for those from China this is simply business as [...]

By |October 25th, 2019|Chinese Culture, Fun Facts|0 Comments

Guest Blog: Is Chinese Easier to Learn than English?

Have you been wondering whether you should try to learn a new language? Have you been seeing the advertisements about French classes Brisbane or Spanish lessons? For those confused about which language will prove more beneficial for them in the near future, there is one simple answer: Chinese! The language with the largest population of [...]

By |October 11th, 2019|Chinese Classes, Chinese Language, Studying|0 Comments

Guestblog: 8 Best Ways to Learn Chinese Quick and Easy (like a house on fire)

We all know that learning Chinese isn’t the easiest thing one can do, in fact, some would say that it’s between the hardest. Chinese is indeed one of the hardest languages to learn but it’s by far not impossible to learn it even by your own. There are many things you can do to make [...]

We’re Hiring A Program Consultant For Our Team In Beijing

As a Program Consultant, you will be guiding students from all over the world to join Hutong School to study Chinese or to do an internship in China. We are looking for an individual with a strong sense of responsibility and a passion for intercultural communication and exchange. In your job, you will be an [...]

By |September 16th, 2019|Hutong School|0 Comments

Marketing and Business Development Intern Position

We are looking for a hard-working, enthusiastic individual with an interest in China to join our marketing team in Shanghai. You’ll join a small, international team of passionate people and have the chance to make a real impact on our business from day one. Tasks include (but aren’t limited to) Marketing research based on personal [...]

By |September 11th, 2019|Hutong School, Internship China|2 Comments

Explore Zhengzhou, the Cradle of Chinese Civilization

Zhengzhou, the provincial capital of Henan, home to Shaolin Temple, and the birthplace of Chinese Civilization. What more could you ask for in a city? Zhengzhou was the first capital during the Shang Dynasty (1600-1027 BC) and is one of the Eight Ancient Capital cities. Modern day Zhengzhou serves as a major transportation hub in [...]

By |September 5th, 2019|Hutong School, Tips and Guides, Travel|1 Comment

Celebrating the Best Chongqing Has to Offer

As one of China’s 4 municipalities, everything is bigger and hotter in Chongqing. Whether it’s the impressive mountainous area where the city is located, the temperatures during summer, or the spiciness of its hotpot. Formerly spelled Chungking, the city served as the de facto capital of the Republic of China during the Second World War. [...]

By |September 4th, 2019|Hutong School, Tips and Guides, Travel|1 Comment