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eChineseLearning Review: An Online Chinese Language School
"I was impressed with the quality of their tutoring sessions, and I would be interested in seeing how it carries over to some of their more specific language programs such as their Business Chinese course. But if the other tutors come close to Julie in talent and skill as an instructor (and it seems they do), then I would definitely recommend them with 100% confidence." Oct. 11, 2017       Entire article
eChineseLearning review: how it helps students learn Chinese online
"I think their classes are of great value given what you will get - flexible one-on-one classes with a professional teacher for the prices you pay. Then again, they offer a free 30-minute 1-to-1 trial class which is totally obligation-free." Jan. 8, 2017       Entire article
Learn Chinese Online: Review of eChineseLearning
"I have been very impressed with eChineseLearning and I will be continuing to take lessons with their teachers for the foreseeable future. What I have found especially surprising was the quality and dedication of their teachers." April 16, 2016       Entire article
eChineseLearning Review from Sborto: A Personalized Way to Learn Chinese
"When I tried eChineseLearning, the quality of its teachers greatly surprised me, and because of this, I am deciding to put it in first place. In addition, all of its teachers are native speakers with training to teach Chinese to foreigners and with broad experience."
Mar. 2, 2016 
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eChineseLearning Review from Mike Ackermann: eChineseLearning's Online Tutoring was the Best Option for Me
"I plan to stay with eChineseLearning for a long time. They offer a great variety of courses in addition to the beginner's course, including children's, student's, business, Language Proficiency Exam prep courses and other courses. All are individualized to the particular student's needs, and are one-to-one live instruction. I highly recommend eChineseLearning to anyone interested in pursuing the study of Mandarin Chinese." Aug. 6, 2012      Entire article
A Great, New Way to Learn Chinese
"Even though I have plenty of friends that I can practice Chinese with, the teachers at E-Chinese learning helped me improve my Chinese like no friends could. The teachers very nice and cater the material just for your language level and preferences. This is much better for me than a standard Chinese class because I can move at my own pace." September 12, 2008      Entire article
Jonanthan Shock: Skype Chinese lessons - an advert
"My first lesson was a pleasant surprise. I wasn't sure if it was going to be awkward having a lesson over the phone, but as they are set up with web-cams, being able to see the teacher is a big help. We spoke predominantly in Chinese, though on the odd occasion where the teacher did have to explain something in English, she was clearly very good - As far as I know most of the teachers have degrees in teaching Chinese to foreign students. They use both Skype text as well as a blackboard behind them to write down anything supplementary and the Skype text is particularly useful as you can simply keep this is a file on the computer for later." March.31, 2008      Entire article
Pandagator: Program Review - eChineseLearning
"Imagine having your very own Chinese tutor, a trained professional in a Beijing classroom who caters every lesson to your needs." February 13, 2008       Entire article
Richard: eChineseLearning and Chinese Pod: Mandarin on my terms
"This was a totally positive experience, and most astonishing was the price. Let's just say that their lessons are incredibly affordable, especially considering you have a live teacher giving you a customized lesson." July 22, 2007      Entire article
Kevin Smith: eChineseLearning Trial Lesson Review
"What I liked most about Ms. Hong's teaching was how clearly she was able to explain things to me. Often in the past I have found that when I would ask my Chinese teacher for an explanation of something I would need an explanation of the explanation and then, more often than not, an explanation of that. Ms. Hong kept her explanations simple and full of easy examples."      Entire article
Chris Waugh: A review
"It seems like a very professional setup, and I like their idea of individualised, one-to-one tutoring. In fact, it's so individualised that they let you schedule your classes for whatever time suits you, so long as you schedule your classes ahead of time." Jun 25, 2007      Entire article
Geo: Some online learning
"It's an online site for learning Chinese. One on One teachers will schedule (any) time you want to take an online class with them (they live in china and are "qualified" Chinese teachers). Now for US$99 a month that seems like a bargain." June 25, 2007      Entire article
Brian Taing: No more Saturday school
"No more Saturday school for me. Once a week was not good enough...and judging from last year, I am not disciplined enough to study on my own during the week. I passed with flying colors... but passing a class doesn't mean I'm fluent in the language." October 28, 2007      Entire article
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