easyMandarin Goes West – Xinjiang Feast, Belly Dancers, and More…

On Thursday, March 25th, students and teachers feasted at a Xinjiang restaurant in Shanghai – they enjoyed great tasting Muslim food from Northwestern China as well as music and belly dancing from the Chinese Uyghur ethnic minority. Xinjiang DinnerEveryone had a blast as folk songs were sung and the beautiful belly dancers magically wiggled their hips. Students from overseas don’t want to just learn Mandarin in Shanghai, but they also want to experience the diverse culture offered in this vibrant city and country. This was definitely a cultural night to remember for everyone.

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About easyMandarin

easyMandarin, also known as “Easy Mandarin” or “eM”, is one of China’s leading Chinese language training 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.