We would like to thank you all for tuning in and participating in #WhySpeakChinese2020. We would especially like to thank our partners:
Ignite Chinese – Spark the brain, ignite learning, transform Chinese programs, support educators
Chilling Chinese – Do you ever wonder what’s trending in modern China and what Chinese people really talk about? Come and join us!
ShuoShuoChinese – Shuo is a professional Mandarin Chinese teacher.I have more than 7 years of experience in teaching Chinese as a foreign language and I describe myself as a “Teaching Geek” :P.
JJSays – Chinese language, culture, songs, and tips all in friendly videos from JJ.
XiaomaNYC – A brand-new beginner Mandarin course designed to get you speaking fast.
Confucius Institute – Seeing the world through someone else’s eyes can be a life-altering experience. The Confucius Institute U.S. Center believes that a change in perspective can change the world.
Lead with Languages – With language skills growing in importance in the job market, yet fewer than 1 in 10 Americans able to speak a second language, Lead with Languages is a national campaign aimed at making language proficiency a national priority.
Thats Mandarin – Learn Chinese with That’s Mandarin Language School in Beijing, Shanghai, and Online. Group or Private 1-on-1 classes; Part-time or Intensive schedule.
New York City Asian American Student Conference – The New York City Asian American Student Conference (NYCAASC) is an annual conference created for and by students who want to think critically about issues facing the Asian/Pacific Islander American community.
Elementary Chinese – Elementary Chinese with Kwadwo! Kwadwo has lived in China for 11 years. He helps expats living in China learn the everyday Chinese they need, so they can communicate what they want!
Xiao_maomao – 𝗞𝗲𝘆𝘁𝗲 🔹▫️从 到 去了解▫️我是Content Creator🔹Polyglot & Résilient
University of Oregon Chinese Flagship – For more than ten years, the University of Oregon Chinese Flagship Program has been providing students with the wholistic academic and scholarship support they need to develop professional-level proficiency in Chinese while studying any academic major of their choice.
University of Minnesota Chinese Flagship – Chinese Flagship students at Minnesota come from majors across the University and immerse themselves in the study of Chinese language and culture, in one of the most highly ranked programs in the US.
Carolina Navigators – Carolina Navigators helps UNC students and K-14 students dig deeper into global issues, cultures, and languages, and pushes them to go “beyond the single story.”
George Washington University CSSA – The GWU Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA) is a student organization dedicated to the goal of promoting social, intellectual and cultural activities for Chinese students and scholars at GWU as well as other interested members in the GWU community.
Thank you to all of our amazing partners!