Yuan Ge

Yuan G.

Chino Hills, CA
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About Yuan G.

I am a filmmaker, producer, screenwriter and curator. I was born in China, and worked in Shanghai many years. Before I live and work in Los Angeles, I got my master degree from Tisch school of the arts in NYU. My international education background helps me understand language-learning need to undertake necessary thinking way conversion.

Co-production job opportunities helps me understand language-learning is not only about grammar or vocabulary, but also the Chinese way of thinking. My professor used to encourage me to keeping improving English and he said"Amy, master another language is like having another soul. And it is amazing."

Chinese learning is hard for students who speak English, because those two languages are in the different language systems. My English learning experience plays on my inspiration, and also gives me some good ideas. I will find a way to simplify Chinese study, and try to make my classes fun and interesting. Chinese is a language, a communication tool. As a means of communication, a foreign language should be learned as close as native language acquisition.

Now, I still worked as a part time tutor of AP Chinese. Those students got into Columbia University, Duke University, the State University of New York, and so on. I also helps some filmmakers who want to do the film businesses with China. China is such a wonderful place with so many opportunities. Jack Ma (President of Alibaba) said that China's middle class is already larger than the entire population of the United States. China's massive size makes its growing middle class an important part of the global economy. The opportunity has coming. No matter you live in China or US. Seize the chance, otherwise you will regret it. Let me help you speak and think like a real Chinese. The more opportunity from China and Chinese community , the more bilingual talents they need.

We've no time to waste, so let's get cracking.

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Jack Sep 26, 2019
Mandarin Chinese · Online

Miss Ge is a very professional and passionate teacher. I had her Mandarin lesson online and she helped me to fall in love with language learning just like she has promised. To me, the most important thing of language learning is to trigger and maintain interest and she did it. I would highly recommend her to everyone.

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Dec 2013 - Present


My purpose is to help American audiences better understand Chinese art works. knowing audience helps Chinese artists to effectively create desire.

Dec 2008 - Present

Shanghai Film Critics Society

Member of the Shanghai Film Critics Society. (2008)----as one of its youngest members

Chief Editor
Jul 2015 - Aug 2016

Rinvest International Inc.

Chief Editor, New Media department, Rinvest International Inc. in New York City.

Aug 2014 - Aug 2015

New York Uiversity

Curator, Actress, Silk Road, Performance Art, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU. (2015)

Nov 2007 - Aug 2011

Shanghai Montage Culture and Art College

I worked for Shanghai Montage Culture and Art College four years, and helped more than 80 students caught them goals.

Sep 2007 - Aug 2011

FUDAN University

Worked for four years as TA for professor Zhenghua Zhang, the director of Art Education Center in Fudan University in Shanghai, China. (2007-2011)


Aug 2014 - Sep 2015

New York University

Sep 2007 - Jul 2011

Tongji University



Fluent / Native Proficiency


Oct 2010

Chinese Mandarin Level Test

"Local mandarin" is the mandarin which has some characteristics of dialects for the people who live in local areas and do not speak mandarin in the process of learning. Mandarin is the standard service sector language in China. The Chinese government gives local Chinese on standardized test who wanna become teacher or service language jobs. My mandarin is A, Pretty standard.
Yuan Ge
Dec 2008

Member of the Shanghai Film Critics Society

After a strict application and assessing process, I finally got the opportunity to be selected as member of the Shanghai Film Critics Society. (the members’ average age is 40) I can teach student to be a better writer and better reader.


The best short film
Oct 2016

Shanghai International Film Festival

Most Promising Young Critic
May 2011

Shanghai Film Critics Society

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