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

We’re Hiring A Program Consultant Are you up for a challenge? Do you have what it takes? The mission of the Program Consultant is to consult applicants on both the Intensive Chinese Program and the Internship Program.   Position: Full-time Location: Beijing Salary: Fixed + Commission   Daily tasks You will work together with and report to the Sales [...]

By |August 9th, 2018|Business in China, Hutong School|0 Comments

Guestblog: 5 Ways to Prevent Yourself From Feeling Overwhelmed While Learning Chinese

So you’ve taken the exciting step of learning Mandarin Chinese. You’ve got all your tools lined up: your phrasebook, dictionary, learning app, Youtube channels...the works. For the first couple of days, you rush headlong into your learning, and it seems to pay off quickly. You get a few words or basic phrases under your belt [...]

Reigning Champs

It's that time of the year. Award season is here and it's official, we're excited to announce that Hutong School has won That's Beijing Readers' Choice for "Mandarin School of the Year" for the third year running! There are a lot of Mandarin schools in Beijing so getting the recognition, as one of the [...]

By |August 1st, 2018|Awards, Chinese Classes, Chinese Language, Hutong School|0 Comments

Yunnan’s Forgotten Nakhi Kingdom, Rediscovered

The Nakhi (also spelled Nashi or Naxi) first came to the attention of the Western world in the 1950s with the publication of Russian explorer Peter Goullart's travelogue "The Lost Kingdom". In it, Goullart describes his time living in Lijiang, the traditional cultural center of the Nakhi, during WWII. Of course, the region and [...]

By |July 25th, 2018|Chinese Culture, Tips and Guides, Travel|0 Comments

Introducing: Hutong School Sydney

Hutong School Down Under Big news from the land down under! Hutong School Sydney is here and ready to start its first classes in August. Ahead of the grand opening, we sat down with Joanne Li from the HTS Sydney team to learn more about the newest Hutong School.  Why [...]

10 Shanghai Must-Sees Your Tour Guide Didn’t Tell You About

Shanghai off the Beaten Track So you've been to the Bund for a mandatory skyline picture and fought the crowds at Yu Gardens and Tianzifang. You strained your neck looking at the skyscrapers in Lujiazui, dutifully marched through five floors of bronzes and ceramics at Shanghai Museum and pretended to understand contemporary art at [...]

By |June 29th, 2018|Tips and Guides, Travel|1 Comment

Guestblog: 7 Ways to Save Money in China If You’re a Student

Making Every RMB Count If you are currently pursuing higher education in China, then being restricted in spending is probably not new to you. Food, clothing, apartment/dorm, public transport, parties, holidays – these are the things learners spend the most of their money on. Add to this some costs you have to [...]

By |June 13th, 2018|Tips and Guides, Travel|0 Comments

Social Media & South East Asian Community Management Intern

Social Media & South East Asian Community Management Intern We are looking for a passionate and dedicated individual to help us work with Tencent and develop their brand, social media and community management internationally! A household name in China and increasingly well-known abroad, Tencent revolutionized China’s internet and is behind the country’s famed messaging platform, [...]

By |June 4th, 2018|Hutong School, Internship China|0 Comments

Social Media & North American Community Management Intern

Social Media & North American Community Management Intern We are looking for a passionate and dedicated individual to help us work with Tencent and develop their brand, social media and community management internationally! A household name in China and increasingly well-known abroad, Tencent revolutionized China’s internet and is behind the country’s famed messaging platform, WeChat. [...]

By |June 4th, 2018|Hutong School, Internship China|0 Comments

Expat Young Professionals Panel Recap

Young Professionals, Assemble! As China's economic clout grows, it's no surprise more young people are flocking here to develop their careers through internships and language study. But what happens when your program ends, your visa expires, and it's time to go home? For many expats, a stint in China used to be seen as [...]

By |May 30th, 2018|Business in China, Hutong School|1 Comment