Why Learn Mandarin

A world language

There are more than 1.3 billion native speakers of mandarin Chinese throughout the world. Mandarin Chinese is one of the six official languages used by the United Nations. Mandarin Chinese is official language in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. It is also widely used around the globe. There are over 3,000 Chinese TV Channels and 7,000 magazines and journals.

A useful language

China is the world’s second largest economic entity and is expected to become the largest economic entity by 2030. UK employers mentioned Mandarin as second only to French as language skills they would be looking for in future employees. Knowledge of Mandarin opens up a new and extraordinary promising dimension for those individuals or enterprises who want to try new countries and ventures.

An attractive language

Chinese characters are the oldest continuously used system of writing in the world. They have a history of over 4,500 years. Learning Chinese Calligraphy is fun. The visually beautiful and often poetic script can give you a useful insight into the Chinese mind.

Speaking Mandarin offers the keys to rich artistic and cultural heritage of China

Knowing how to read and write Chinese characters will help you learn written Japanese more quickly. Chinese grammar is surprisingly straightforward, with none of the tense, plurals, cases or genders that can make learning European language difficult.