Zier Liu

Zier Liu is the vice chairman at Keats School and likely your first point of contact! She holds a Bachelor degree in Management Science from MIT and loves helping prospective students by providing information and answering questions.

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These 8 Things Will Tell You If You Should Learn Basic Mandarin

We’ve all heard it before “Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world”, but should millennials be worried about learning it? If you’re a millennial and are debating learning the Mandarin language, carry on reading. We’re breaking it down for you by asking a series of questions. If you answer “yes” to any or all of ...
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Chinese Dishes Included in Keats School Tuition

There are many reasons to study Mandarin at Keats School, but the most mouthwatering reason is the food. While food can be an expensive addition to studying abroad, Keats School includes meals in their tuition cost. This allows you to stop worrying about how much money you’ll have to save for food costs. Keats School ...
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All You Need to Know about Intensive One-on-One Mandarin Lessons

Learning Mandarin as a professional will give you the opportunity to communicate better with clients and welcomes the opportunity to progress at your company. Because of your busy schedule, you may be wondering what the best option for studying abroad is for you. Could there be a course that allows you to dive deep into ...
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4 Benefits of Collaborative, Small Group Learning

Have you heard that studying in small groups is the way to go when learning a new language? Well, if you haven’t, we’re telling you that is is. For the past several years, there is a theme of overcrowding in schools. For many classrooms, there are 30-40 students crammed into a room. Then when those students head to ...
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The Mandarin Language: A Brief History

The Mandarin language is the most widely spoken form of Chinese. Not only is it spoken in all of China, but it’s also spoken across the whole globe. We wanted to give you a brief history of the language. Once you finish reading this, not only will you want to learn the language, but you’ll know the great history behind it ...
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Learning The Mandarin Language In Adulthood: Our 6 Tips

There are a lot of adults who have the desire to learn a new language but something stops them from going for it. It might be the fear that they think they’re too old to learn a new language (which is false) or they aren’t sure where to start. Whatever the reason, we want to change that fear of learning Mandarin Chinese ...
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Why You Need To Learn Mandarin As A Professional

The idea of learning Mandarin as a professional is great. Mandarin is the most spoken language in the world and it’s also the language of business, tourism and education. But, while the idea is great, you might be wondering how the Chinese language will help in your company. We’ve done our research, and we’ve come up with ...
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12 Things to Know Before Moving to China for School

We all know about the hustle and bustle of China. The business, the rapid growth and change. People are travelling to China for a holiday, to study abroad or to learn the rich history of the beautiful temples. While a lot of westernized amenities are now available in China, it is still this raw, authentic, ancient country ...
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Our Top 5 Tips on Becoming Fluent in Mandarin

Learning a new language may seem extremely daunting before you actually start studying. The idea of being fluent in Mandarin, speaking with locals, ordering food from an authentic restaurant and traveling in China using the new-to-you language may seem just out of reach. Truthfully, it is for now. But, if you follow these ...
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The Benefits of Learning a Second Language in College

How many days have you sat in the lecture hall at college and day dreamed about studying abroad? While it may only seem like a fantasy right now, with a little research and a lot of planning, studying abroad can become a reality when you’re on summer break. For many colleges, there’s a requirement of a language course for ...
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