Chinese education has rarely been seen as
an essential part of a typical Singaporean's success career plan until
recently. The growing economic power of the great China has injected the need
of Chinese education into many nations that wished to ride on the economic
wave. Singapore is no exception.
Much emphasis has been placed on promoting Chinese
in today's education system. With the growing importance of the Chinese
language, Chinese tuition has become increasingly popular with Singaporeans.
With the vision to enter the China market, many Singaporeans have taken up Chinese
tuition to improve their ability to speak and write the language. It is not
uncommon to see many non-Chinese Singaporeans mastering the Chinese language. Sometimes,
these non-Chinese may be speaking the language better than the local Chinese.
Chinese tuition has ridden on the
government efforts to promote the language and we can now see many new tuition centers
focusing on teaching the language. With the island-wide movement is slowly but
surely building the nation's future economic ties with the great dragon.
The quality of the tutors for Chinese in
Singapore is also very high. This is due to the influx of Chinese nationals
from china. With our government policy strongly supporting the foreign talents,
many Chinese have left their hometown in favor of new opportunities in
Singapore. With this new generation of PRC Chinese tutors, the standard of
today's Chinese tuition is at a good level.
Ideal tuition realized the importance of Chinese
tuition and therefore provides a platform to match students with our pool of
qualified Chinese language tutors. It is important to note that although these
tutors may be from China, their command of the language has to be verified too.
With this safety measure in place, Ideal Tuition wishes the best for all
students who are learning the Chinese language, the same language that people
such as Confucius speaks.
Ideal Tuition Singapore
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