About Culture Yard Language School
Culture Yard Language School helps you learn Mandarin fast and quick. With their efficient teaching methods, your Chinese language skills will greatly improve to achieve fluency. Culture Yard uses a communicative and interactive approach so you can practice acquired Chinese skills in your everyday life. Besides this, the schools help you immerse in Chinese culture and people.
Culture Yard offers Chinese classes from the beginner level to HSK 6. You can enroll in any of the following programs: intensive course, part-time course, private Chinese class, survival Chinese, HSK preparation and the study Chinese online program. By the end of every program, you will find a new love and excitement for the Chinese language and culture.
As a cultural centre, Culture Yard organizes activities such as cultural events, excursions, film shows, mahjong nights, Chinese calligraphy and more every year.
Culture Yard Language School is located at the center of old Beijing at 10 Shique Hutong. Two of the most prominent places in old Beijing are the Forbidden City and the Imperial Palace. These places exude the grandeur and history of China. Old Beijing is also home to traditional buildings made of wood which showcases the palatial architecture of China.
At Culture Yard, you will be taught Chinese that you can actually use in your daily life. Lessons will focus on your Chinese listening and speaking skills and the Chinese vocabulary provided to you will be relevant and practical. Culture Yard ensures that when you step out of the four walls of the classroom, you will be comfortable using Chinese.
Besides teaching you the Chinese language, Culture Yard helps you appreciate the beautiful culture of China and the country's warm people. To engage in real-life Chinese use, you will go on excursions, trips, movie screenings, and film showings. You will also have the chance to listen to Chinese music, attend organized dinners in local restaurants and more!
Culture Yard has a WeChat group where you can interact with your teachers. You can ask questions and share information about the Chinese language and culture.