With DuChinese we hosted our teacher Ellie, live from Shanghai on YouTube, answering your questions about learning Chinese. Topics: 2:38 HSK preparation 11:55 Free online resources 14:31 Chinese language in general 24:31 Hanzi 34:55 Pronunciation 42:10 Casual topics HSK preparation How to prepare for a HSK test? Per level, it can be described as: HSK1: […]
So many faces, so many stories, so much knowledge gained. Two weeks of seminars and company visits have come to an end, in which students joined the 2019 Beyond Summer School, organized by Fudan University School of Management & GoEast. If you’re interested in the next edition: keep your agenda empty from December 12th to […]
We’d like to introduce you to our improved online courses! The new GoEast Online: best of both worlds Interactive self-learning Video lessons (conversation, vocabulary & grammar) and interactive exercises Flashcards and cultural articles Data from self-learning course is used to target areas for improvement Live learning with a teacher The same teachers as you’ve come […]
Thanks all to coming for a drink, bite, to shop, a chat, music — or the donations to charities. Keep an eye out on our events page for future events. Big thanks to Sherpa’s, NiHaoItaly, Epermarket, Burger King, Make-a-wish, Earnshaw Books, Nude by Korea, Selectiv, Shanghai Animal Rescue, Bladesman, Shanghai Expat Association and the Shanghai […]
Earlier, we’ve turned comics and aviation books into class room material, and now we’re doing it with video games (diànzǐ yóuxì 电子游戏). Learn Chinese with Michael playing Fortnite, describing the objects he discovers as well as the places he visits. Here’s episode 1 and 2. (If you don’t have a VPN, you can also watch […]
There are a lot of Chinese proverbs about bamboo, but we haven’t found one yet that describes going on a weekend trip with your language school, so we’ll explain it for you here: with 42 students & Mandarin teachers, we travelled out of Shanghai and into the bamboo forests of Anji, up on hills and […]
What do you picture when you think of Shanghai? Small laneways with gray and red brick houses? Wood-framed arched windows? If that’s what you think of, then you’re picturing GoEast’s new Shanghai Library Campus in the heart of the Former French Concession!