Learn Mandarin Chinese for Free in Celebration of the Lunar New Year
Eton Institute is offering a free Mandarin Chinese Course to encourage learning and appreciation for the Chinese culture.
In celebration of the Chinese New Year, Eton Institute is conducting a Free Mandarin Chinese Course from 27th to 31st January 2019 to familiarize students with the essentials of the most spoken language in the world and to share insights about the Chinese culture and traditions.
Apart from being the most populated country in the world, China is also one of the fastest growing economies today. It is a key aspect of international trade, therefore, the knowledge of the Chinese language offers high benefits to a person's personal as well as professional growth.
Romina Mahtani, CEO at Eton Institute, commented, "Fluency in the local language of one of the leading powers in the world is an incomparable competitive advantage to have, especially for international businesses.”
“Additionally, as the Chinese New Year symbolizes growth & prosperity, we would like to offer people the opportunity to learn a new skill and expand their horizons for greater success!”, she added.
For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2QLAtJ7 or call 800 ETON (3866) to speak with an advisor.
Eton Institute operates with the understanding that languages, communication and culture are fundamental to the human experience and necessary for individuals' andorganizations' future success. Offering solutions in over 160 Languages since 2006, it has helped thousands of individuals and companies resolve communication challenges through customized solutions, with operations in the UAE, UK, USA, Hong Kong and India.
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