Chinese lessons Hsinchu

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Chinese lessons Hsinchu

Postby GiantDave » 10 Feb 2012, 21:46

Hello,

I am living in Xinfeng and would like information on learning Chinese in Hsinchu. One of the universities for morning classes would be my preferred option.

Thanks for your help in advance.
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Re: Chinese lessons Hsinchu

Postby vmiguy » 11 Feb 2012, 20:07

The Hsinchu Foreigner Assistance Center offers free classes for foreigners. It's my impression that it's a tutoring set-up, with college interns doing the tutoring. I singed up, but I haven't started yet. It sounds promising, but like I said, I haven't started yet. I talked to them on the phone and they spoke English, and then sent me an email with more info.

Here's the contact info from the email:
(1) Address:Hsinchu Foreigner Assistance Center (No.107, ZhongYang Road, Hsinchu City 300, Taiwan)
(2) Tel.:03-5229525 or 03-5216121 #564、565
(3) e-mail:06131@ems.hccg.gov.tw
(4) Website:http://en.hccg.gov.tw
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Re: Chinese lessons Hsinchu

Postby GiantDave » 11 Feb 2012, 22:34

Thanks I really want to learn Chinese I will look into this.
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