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Guest Blog: International Education – Why China is the Best Choice for Studying Abroad

The fastest-growing economy, the world’s top country right now and additionally, a nuclear power, China is all set to take over the world by storm of development if it already hasn’t. According to recent reports, China is the world’s second-largest economy in terms of gross domestic product coming up to a whopping approximate of 11 trillion [...]

By |June 5th, 2020|Studying, Tips and Guides|0 Comments

Post Quarantine Pickup – Video Games

Whether you’re stuck in quarantine in China, stuck at home like the rest of the world, or just trying to get your life back to normal. We understand you’re probably going stir crazy these days. Week one went from being super productive to now starting wine time at 11 AM. We don’t blame you, it’s crazy times now. [...]

By |May 26th, 2020|Chinese Culture, Hutong School|0 Comments

Post Quarantine Pickup – Chinese Vocabulary

Whether you're stuck in quarantine in China, stuck at home like the rest of the world, or just trying to get your life back to normal. We understand you're probably going stir crazy these days. Week one went from being super productive to now starting wine time at 11 AM. We don't blame you, it's crazy times now. [...]

Post Quarantine Pickup – Yoga

Whether you're stuck in quarantine in China, stuck at home like the rest of the world, or just trying to get your life back to normal. We understand you're probably going stir crazy these days. Week one went from being super productive to now starting wine time at 11 AM. We don't blame you, it's crazy times now. [...]

By |May 12th, 2020|Hutong School, Tips and Guides|1 Comment

Post Quarantine Pickup – Cooking Challenge

If there’s one thing the Chinese aren’t given enough credit for, it’s their food. Many of us arrive in China to discover that much of what we find on takeout menus at home couldn’t be further from the real deal - and it’s always a pleasant surprise. But how many Chinese dishes can you make [...]

By |April 28th, 2020|Food, Hutong School|1 Comment

Post Quarantine Pickup – Home Workouts

Whether you're stuck in quarantine in China, stuck at home like the rest of the world, or just trying to get your life back to normal. We understand you're probably going stir crazy these days. Week one went from being super productive to now starting wine time at 11 AM. We don't blame you, it's [...]

By |April 21st, 2020|Tips and Guides|1 Comment

Covid-19: A Chinese Lesson Recap

Last Thursday, we held a free online Chinese class called ‘COVID-19: A Chinese Lesson’. Run in collaboration with the British Chamber of Commerce in China Young Professionals Forum, the event saw Hutong School’s Sang lǎoshī teach over 50 students some of the key words and phrases surrounding the pandemic. The class was targeted towards learners [...]

Guest Blog: 10 Tips for Foreign Students in China

Easily one of the most popular destinations in the world right now for foreign students to study in is China, and it has been for decades. The culture is amazing to immerse yourself in, the quality of the education system is coveted around the world, and there are courses available to suit any student from [...]

By |February 29th, 2020|Chinese Classes, Tips and Guides|2 Comments

Guest Blog: Chinese Loan Words

Chinese may seem difficult to learn for English-speakers, but a closer look at the language reveals a few similarities between them. Did you know that Chinese borrows a few words and phrases from English? English and Chinese come from two different language families – while English uses the alphabet to represent different sounds, the Chinese [...]

By |February 14th, 2020|Chinese Classes|1 Comment

End of a Decade, New Beginnings for the 2020 Metal Rat

2020 may have started in the West already, but in Asia and China, we’re not there yet. With Chinese New Year right around the corner, let’s take a look at the past decade and important developments that took place! 2010 On November 11, the ‘Singles Day of the Century” took place, raking [...]

By |February 1st, 2020|Chinese Culture, Holidays and Festivals|0 Comments