Looking for baby Play Group in Taipei City(Dazhi or Neihu)

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Looking for baby Play Group in Taipei City(Dazhi or Neihu)

Postby Sunny14 » 18 Apr 2012, 21:36

Hello,My name is Sunny and I'm a housewife having a baby girl for 11 months.
I'm a native Mandarin speaker,have been stay in NZ and AU,so I can speak English but not very well.
I'm looking for Native English mom and our baby can play and talk together.Hope my baby can learn English in play,and your baby can learn Mandarin in play.
I wish you can stay in Taipei City(Dazhi or Neihu is better),because we both have baby,it's easy for us to meet.
At first,we can meet once per week.
first week all Mandarin,second week all English when they play.....
After babies enjoy and happy,we can meet twice per week....
If you're interesting in the way,email to me,sunny680515@gmail.com Sunny
Thx. :)
Sunny14
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