June 2013

Mandarin Stars in the papers, yet again!

Here at Mandarin Stars, we value community. In particular, we value our clients and their families.

Though we endeavour to see our students progress to the highest level of competency they can achieve, we believe that learning involves more than a simple grade. That’s why our programs take an immersion-based approach that seeks to encourage and foster personal growth in multiple areas, not just linguistically.

One of our employees who excels in this task is Cecilia Che, who recently featured in an article by the Inner West Courier. Click here to view the page.

Apart from our regular lessons, our team at Mandarin Stars have also incorporated this great teaching style into some hands-on, action packed workshops ready for the upcoming July school holidays… it would be a shame to miss out on these!

In other news, our New Zealand branch is also doing well in the press! (See below for more information.)


Mandarin Stars in The NZ Messenger, NZ Chinese Newspaper

As many of you already know, Mandarin Stars is fast becoming an international phenomena with our recent new franchise opening in Christchurch just last month. Headed by our very own Melissa Heyrick, this is a big step for Mandarin Stars and one that we believe will plant positive, long-lasting roots into the rich and ethnically diverse nation of New Zealand.

Our vision of raising up the next generation of Mandarin speakers in NZ is just getting started – if you are interested in reading more, take a look at our latest press release in the New Zealand Messenger, a Chinese newspaper.

We love being a part of Mandarin Stars – what an amazing privilege it is to see kids develop their gifts and enjoy learning a second language!

For more information on our New Zealand branch, see their website.

As well as some great after school programs, they are running a number of fun, interactive workshops in the upcoming July holidays together with Kidsfest2013… stay tuned for some exciting updates!