The 6th annual easyMandarin dumpling party was a huge success with nearly 50 students and friends coming to the school to experience a taste of Chinese culture. Students learned how to make yummy Chinese dumplings (??, pronounced “Jiaozi”) on June 29, 2011.
Mei Hastuti, a student from Indonesia taking the Summer Intensive Mandarin course said, “It was great because I learned to make dumplings!It was cool to see so many people from all over the world…and the dumplings tasted very good!
Isabelle Ohman, an Intensive Chinese language course student from Sweden said, “I liked it very much… It was a great experience…something I never did before… I met a lot of fun people!”
Alexander Heinzmann, from the US, is in the same Intensive Chinese class with Isabelle and May.He said, “Not only was it a great networking event, but now I get to take a bit of Chinese culture home with me!”
easyMandarin, also known as “Easy Mandarin” or “eM”, is one of China’s leading Chinese schools. The school was established in the year 2006 and since then has taught Mandarin to thousands of individuals from more than 60 countries, including overseas students, interns, CEOs, heads of NGOs, consulate generals, and people just visiting China to experience the language and culture. eM is based in Shanghai, China and is internationally accredited by CSN.