Keats Blog

Five Fastest Ways to Learn Mandarin

August 24, 2020

Mandarin Chinese could be a tricky language to master if you start to learn it with no clue utterly. Therefore, I’m listing out the five fastest ways of Mandarin study to help you make your dream come true.

Things to Do in Kunming

August 21, 2020

Congratulations on your upcoming Chinese language learning program in China! You might be curious about what to do in Kunming and how it feels like living and studying in Kunming.

Chinese Language Immersion Programs for Adults

August 20, 2020

As an adult with the best learning development age past already, what should be taken into serious consideration when you try to dig out the most efficient and suitable Mandarin immersion program to enroll in?

Learn Chinese in Chengdu vs Learn Chinese in Kunming

August 19, 2020

After making up your mind to travel to China and immerse in Mandarin learning, another problem might be put in front of you: Where should I choose to stay and study Chinese? Kunming and Chengdu are the two major cities that usually be considered Mandarin learner’s destinations.

Why Take a One-year Chinese Language Course?

August 18, 2020

Studying Chinese in China for 1 year can bring you numerous and varied benefits. So take the challenges and make your dream come true.

GETTING TO KNOW CHINESE TEAWARE

October 17, 2019

Keats’ “Chinese Tea Culture” series is designed for Chinese language learners who want to engage in conversation about Chinese tea and its associated traditional customs.

DON’T STUDY CHINESE IN SHANGHAI – 5 REASONS TO PICK KUNMING INSTEAD

March 5, 2018

There are a lot of publications and schools in China where you can study Mandarin. While many of them encourage you to learn Chinese in Shanghai, we’re here to tell you otherwise.

STUDY MANDARIN IN CHINA: WHAT KEATS TUITION INCLUDES

February 23, 2018

When you decide to learn Chinese in China, you may be curious what’s included in tuition. At Keats School in Kunming, China, the tuition doesn’t just include classes, it includes a lot more to be excited about.

LEARN CHINESE IN CHINA: WHY KEATS USES FLASHCARDS IN CLASS

February 19, 2018

Everyone has a tip for learning Chinese in China and ours is flashcards. While everyone learns a new language differently, we know that the use of flashcards have been a rewarding way for students to learn Mandarin in China. At Keats School, we use flashcards in our classes.

CHINA STUDENT VISA – EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR 2020

February 13, 2018

Applying for a Chinese student visa is one of the biggest processes in terms of studying abroad. Not only does the China study visa requirements change throughout the years, but the process does take a bit of time.

1 REASON YOU SHOULDN’T LEARN MANDARIN IN SHANGHAI

February 7, 2018

You may have been thinking that you should study Chinese in Shanghai, but Shanghai may not be the best spot for you after all. While Shanghai is a major city in China, the air quality makes it an undesirable city for many international students.

WHY LEARN MANDARIN IN KUNMING, CHINA

January 26, 2018

It’s time to start thinking about what city you’re going to choose to study in when you come to China. With China being a massive nation, with nearly 1.4 billion people, there’s a lot to think about when deciding on why you should learn the Mandarin language and where you should study it.

Which Chinese Language Program
is right for you?

OVER 7000+ STUDENTS
HAVE STUDIED AT KEATS

Mike | Australia
Small Group Chinese Class

I think Kunming is a great city, the weather is really good. I really like Keats school and found it is very organized. The teachers here are very good. They have a coffee shop and new classrooms, a new lounge area here now, so you can chill out with your friends and practice your spoken Chinese with natives. If you’re considering coming to Keats to study, I would really recommend it. It’s the best place to learn Mandarin and I think it will be a great experience for you.

 

Martine | France
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I really enjoy this place because we have private Mandarin lessons. I took the 6-hour program, 4 hours in the morning, 2 in the afternoon. Even though it is quite a lot, the teaching is complimentary. This is very helpful because I could review what I did before and learn new things. My 2 teachers are fantastic. We live in the school, so it is convenient. It is interesting to me to meet people from all over the world.

Josephine | Indonesia
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I think Keats is one of the best language schools I have ever been to. My teacher is such an amazing person. She is so good at teaching. She makes classes fun. I have learned a lot of vocabulary during my time here. I would really recommend coming to learn Mandarin Chinese at Keats School.

Josh | USA
Small Group Chinese Class

I really had a wonderful experience at the school. The teachers are very very friendly. In my class, we practice speaking, listening, reading, and writing. We play games and other fun activities. We have trips around town. The staff at Keats is phenomenal. My teacher is one of the best teachers I have ever had in my educational experience. She comes in with a smile every day.

Andrew | USA
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I am a graduate student working on my doctorate degree at Columbia University. We were able to really focus on speaking especially interview-style speaking and we are able to really up my Chinese reading and writing skills, so when I go back to Columbia, I can take formal Chinese classes. It has been a really good experience and I really love my teacher.

Aliza | USA
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I found Keats School and I am so glad that I did. When you learn Chinese in China at Keats, you are fully being taken care of. My teacher is really great and we become lovely friends.

Hilary | USA
Intensive One on One Chinese Classes

I’ve had a really great time here. I’ve studied a lot with my teacher who was fantastic. Keats School tried very hard to match its students with really good teachers that their personality works very well together. I really enjoy studying Chinese at Keats and I will definitely come back.

Simon | UK & France
Small Group Chinese Class

The visa application was really straightforward, because Keats School helps us a lot with that. Keats has a big emphasis on conversational practice, so we learn a lot of vocabulary and daily life plans which is very convenient for us to go around town and speak with Chinese people which is the whole point of learning Chinese in China.

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