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Online students stick with lessons as long as local students.
I can only give praise to Ms Vivian who has been an outstanding and highly involved teacher to our daughter. We felt at the time that our daughter only needed to practice her speaking and listening skills, but Ms Vivian insisted on reading and writing, and now - in hindsight - we are so happy with that. Our daughter has the skill set to understand Chinese and speak it, but she also can find her way into the mysterious world of the Chinese characters, and hopefully one day it will come to use to her in this ever changing global community.
Seldom will one find a teacher so dedicated to and so invested in her student(s) while sharing her in-depth knowledge of Chinese Culture and Language. If ever you should need a teacher, make sure you give Ms Vivian a call. We can attest to her talents, knowledge and dedication, having been my daughter's Chinese teacher for as long as 12 years."
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