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Recommendation for Chinese class?

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Recommendation for Chinese class?

Post Posted: Thu Oct 26, 2017 2:42 pm

Finding language schools is easy. Not so easy is trying to find prices in their websites. Even harder is trying to GUESS which ones actually teach language (as opposed to a pile of grammar rules and vocabulary words).

Recommendations for one or more with reasonable costs? And a guess on the cost of a one-bedroom or studio apartment near it? Prefer Hualien or Taipei, but anywhere on the island (or Hong Kong or mainland) is possible. OR even a school in Korea that teaches both Korean and Chinese.


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