Archives for August 2012

March 2012

Mandarin Stars is featured in Hills Shire Times. Click here to see how we provide fun ways for children to learn a second language from a young age, and how our students in Castle Hill groups are enjoying their Mandarin learning.

January 2012

Mandarin Stars is featured in the ABC’s 7.30 Report on Asian language education in Australia. Click here for more details.

November 2010

Congratulations to Monica! Our Mandarin Stars teacher who won the award for Apprentice of the Year, 2010 at the North Shore Times 2010 Business Achiever Awards! The team at Mandarin Stars are really thrilled for Monica who deserves this award because of her passion and dedication in delivering the Mandarin Stars program. Monica has been
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September 2010

Mandarin Stars nominated as a Finalist in the North Shore Times 2010 Business Achiever Awards! Mandarin Stars is delighted to have been nominated as a Finalist in the North Shore Times 2010 Business Achiever Awards! On behalf of Mandarin Stars, I would like to say a big XIE XIE to all the parents and our
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August 2010

Mandarin Stars is invited to prepare a paper for the inaugural MyLanguage Conference 2010 that was held at the NSW State Library and Parliament House.  According Dawna Leung, Founder and Director of Mandarin Stars in her August newsletter: Earlier this month I had the pleasure of presenting a paper at the MyLanguage Conference 2010 which
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July 2010

Mandarin Stars is interviewed by The Australian Financial Review – ‘Mandarin for toddlers is the language of choice’. More details are in our blog.

February 2010

Mandarin Stars is featured in Northside Magazine Q&A Section.

September 2009

On Friday 4th September, Mandarin Stars is proud to announce that they will now be officially supporting Heartkids! Heartkids is a charity that is very personal to Mandarin Stars as it has supported (and continues to support) some of our own Mandarin Stars families. To learn more about the wonderful work that Heartkids does, visit www.heartkids.org.au

August 2009

Sydney’s Child Article: Classroom Connections.pdf Children in Australia have diverse backgrounds, and culture-specific schooling provides a way for them to stay in touch with their roots’, by Donna Reis- Sydney’s Child. In this article you can read about one of the main reasons why Mandarin Stars has ever come to evolve…

July 2009

Mandarin Stars speaks at the 15th National Chinese Teachers’ Conference, held in Adelaide on July 11- 12, 2009. The theme of the conference is: Making Connections- learning from each other for innovative practice in Chinese language development and is being organised in Adelaide by the Chinese Language Teachers’ Association of South Australia, the Chinese Language Curriculum
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