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Classes/lessons for workers?

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Classes/lessons for workers?

Postby Chang88 » 15 Aug 2012, 19:59

Hello everyone,
Im looking for some chinese classes that I can take outside of standard work hours due to my job. Ive looked at the directory for weekend and night classes but it seems like the only choices are places like Shi-Da, which 1) only offers up to 6pm, which is still too early, and 2) requires 5 classes a week which I probably wont be able to make on my schedule. Any places that offer 1-2 classes per week late night or weekends? Thanks in advance.

Also if anyone is looking for advanced Chinese speaking partners Id be glad to meet up. If anyone is interested let me know, I would rate my chinese skill on the low end of fluent, and Id like to get to native level asap.
Chang88
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