On the first warm day of 2015, EasyMandarin students and teachers filled up a bus and went to Xitang ancient Chinese water town in Northern Zhejiang province. Altogether fifty-five people joined us on a boat ride through the canals before enjoying a full day of excitement exploring the historic town’s temples, antique buildings, and taking in the gorgeous scenery.
We’re not the only ones that think Xitang is beautiful — Xitang locations were featured in the Tom Cruise film “Mission: Impossible III”!
EasyMandarin is Shanghai’s leading Chinese school and one of the top language training centers in China. 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. EasyMandarin is an official partner of the American (AmCham), German (AHK), Swiss (SwissCham), and Danish (DCCC) Chambers of Commerce. EM is based in Shanghai, China and is internationally accredited by CSN.