Chinese Culture Experience Tour
Perhaps you have learnt about the Chinese civilization from television, books, schools or family, perhaps you have mastered the Chinese language to a considerable level, and perhaps you have already known that “china” could represent both China and the “porcelain”…
However, you may have never been to China or have never really come into contact with those symbols that can represent China; you know that what you get from television and books can be regarded only as the impression, and you may not truly appreciate the profoundness and the attraction of the Chinese language without immersing in the environment of the Chinese language, and China is more than what “porcelain” can represent.
Visit the China-Australia Mind Education Group website – www.mindeducation.com.au – for comprehensive information about our services for those who wants to study in Australia, explore Australia or China and to teach English in China. You may also contact us on (07) 3218 2107 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.