English Lessons In Hong Kong For Asylum Seekers – They Argue, They Learn And They Wait

Posted on July 8, 2012 by Q-Admin in

  The recently reported a story titled “Arguing, Learning, Waiting” by Gordon Matthews. The story was about Gordon Mathews, a professor of anthropology at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, who has been teaching English to African and Pakistani men, generally in their 20s and 30s, who came to Hong Kong seeking asylum.  …

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13 Best Ways To Learn Mandarin or Cantonese Chinese

Posted on July 6, 2012 by Q-Admin in ,

So what is the best way to learn Chinese? Learning Chinese can be a challenge, especially if you are a beginner. Some argue that it is a complex language and, indeed, one of the most difficult languages to learn. Others insist that is is one of the most logical languages and is in fact quite…

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Q Language Quick Chat With Lucy From South Korea

Posted on June 26, 2012 by Q-Admin in

New to our YouTube channel this week is a Q Language Quick Chat video featuring the charming Lucy from South Korea.  At the time of this informal interview, Lucy had been studying English at Q Language for approximately five months. You’re Korean! Why Come To Hong Kong To Study English? Lucy came to Hong Kong because of…

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Discover Hong Kong – What To Do In Hong Kong Aside From Language Learning

Posted on June 8, 2012 by Q-Admin in

  When new students arrive at Q Language from overseas they are often keen to learn about the various things to do in Hong Kong aside from studying English, Chinese or Korean.  As mentioned in an evocative description of Hong Kong on the lonelyplanet website,  Hong Kong is a place you can delight in.  In…

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Q Language Quick ChatWith Carolina From Columbia

Posted on May 10, 2012 by Q-Admin in

We have just published a new video to our QLanguageHK YouTube channel featuring the lovely Carolina from Colombia in South America. Carolina first heard about Q Language from her husband, who we were very happy to have studying with us last year.  She had only been in Hong Kong for one week at the time…

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A Trip To Peng Chau Island

Posted on April 13, 2012 by Q-Admin in

There are over two hundred islands in the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong, and the main island, Hong Kong Island, isn’t the largest. At nearly twice the area of Hong Kong Island, Lantau Island is the biggest in the SAR.  It’s also relatively rural, with less than one fiftieth the population density of Hong…

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