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China has become the world's largest economy in just a few decades. More and more international enterprises require their executives to keep pace with English in Putonghua. More and more American students are competing to study Chinese abroad.
As we all know, Chinese is the most difficult language in the world. If you decide to learn this language, I'd like to give you my warmest applause!
Learning Chinese abroad, especially writing, can be daunting for a reason. I'm not sure I can do it, but after three months of learning the language abroad, I was able to have a simple conversation and read the basic restaurant menu. Cultural integration and rural language learning can certainly create miracles.
With a population of about 1.4 billion, China is the second-largest economic power in the world. If you want to learn Chinese and want to stay in a big city like Beijing or Shanghai, consider news like air pollution and food fraud.
In learning Chinese, the only difference between Mainland China and Taiwan is that China writes in simplified Chinese, while Taiwan uses traditional Chinese.
Make local friends before departure
You don't have to wait until you arrive to make friends. Finding a pen pal or language exchange partner who lives with you will give you a huge advantage. You can learn more about the culture and language of this country through them. Most importantly, they will help you adapt to your new life abroad.
I still keep in touch with the friends I made through Internet language exchange. I can say that they are the reason why I am so happy studying in Taiwan.
It is easy to find language exchange partners on the Internet. Joining a Facebook group is one way. There are many websites to find pen pals, my favorite is the dialogue network. It is free in any country.
Chinese Training Money？ Let's take learning Chinese in Shanghai as an example.
How much does a Chinese course cost in Shanghai?
A two-week intensive Mandarin course starts at $500 and an eight-week course starts at $2000.
Shanghai is too big. You can find anything. If you want to have a delicious four-star dinner, of course, but there are hundreds of street food stalls. You can buy the best Chinese food you've ever had for less than $0.50!
To be sure, when you think about "budget," you don't think it's the hottest and most demanding city in the world. But that's why Shanghai is so wonderful. If you are willing to live in a smaller apartment than usual and live within your means, Shanghai can be an ideal economic destination.
Keeping the cost of living low is the responsibility of students, but it is feasible. However, you are here to learn Chinese, and Shanghai offers some of the best universities and language schools in China. There are plenty of language schools to choose from, and it's easy to communicate, learn Chinese and follow the budget across the city.
If you are still in University, you can go directly to these world-class universities, or you can choose from our list of overseas programs in Shanghai and adjust them according to your budget.