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Why we start teaching Mandarin to Malaysians?

First and foremost, we want to give back & empower non-Chinese community to master Mandarin language. It’s because BBC master trainer Vincent Ong had the opportunity to migrate from Jakarta, Indonesia to Malaysia for Mandarin education when he was 6 years old.

Nowadays, more & more people are learning Mandarin as China will overtake US to become world’s largest economy. If you can speak Mandarin, you’ll definitely have a competitive edge in workplace and business. In fact, Mandarin is the most widely spoken language in the world.

If you have been to China, you will realise many Western people can speak Mandarin fluently and even crack a joke in Mandarin! How about Malaysians that comprised of around 20% Chinese population? Most Chinese can speak English, Malay and Mandarin. If more Malaysians can understand and speak Mandarin, this will definitely strengthen our bonding among multi-racial, multi-culture and multi-lingual country.

Last but not least, we put ourselves in your shoes. We always ask ourselves how do we learn Mandarin all over again from scratch or zero basic knowledge. From this perspective, we done a lot of analysis and comparison among English, Malay & Mandarin languages, so that you can apply what you already know in English /Malay and immediately apply to Mandarin (you don’t need to start learning Mandarin from scratch). We’ve done everything for you.

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

1. Understand Mandarin language from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, etc
2. Speak fluent Mandarin about practically anything with anyone in the world
3. Type Mandarin characters in computer & handphone with pinyin
4. Understand useful insights into Chinese psychology, culture and ‘mindset’

Target Audience

We designed this Beginner communication course especially for adults who has zero or little knowledge of Mandarin. This course focuses on understanding & speaking daily Mandarin conversation using pinyin (eg: xué zhōng wén) , not reading & writing Chinese characters (eg: 学中文)

Course Outline

We have done everything for you. you can literally use our templates, by just copy and paste and fill in the blanks. These are the topics we’ll cover:

1. Pronunciation, Basic words, Numbers
2. Ask & answer any question, 7W, 3H, ma
3. Introduce myself, Family and friends
4. Shopping / Buy things, Negotiation Skill
5. Restaurant, Invite friends for a meal
6. Meet new friends
7. Time, Date, Calendar
8. Career, Interview
9. Make appointment with client, Workplace conversation
10. Travelling experience, Transportation
11. Sing Mandarin song
12. Examination 

Teaching Method

Do you know that the highest learning retention rates is by participatory learning methods? Therefore, we apply participatory teaching method to improve your knowledge retention rates. We breakdown our 2 hours class session into:

30 minutes : Lecture / Reading
30 minutes : Discussion Group, Role Play
30 minutes : Presentation (Practice by Doing)
30 minutes : Chit chat in Mandarin, Teach Others, Sing Song

Here’s what happened in the class:

BBC Trainers

Public Classes

Corporate Classes

February 2020 Intake (Weekly Classes)

Shah Alam : No. 40-1, Jln Sg. Burung AA 32/AA, Seksyen 32, Bukit Rimau, 40460 Shah Alam.
First class starts on 11 February 2020 (Every Tuesday 8pm-10pm)

Petaling Jaya : Oasis Square, D2-03, Capital 4, 2A, Jalan PJU 1A/7A, Ara Damansara.
First class starts on 12 February 2020 (Every Wednesday 8pm-10pm)

Cyberjaya : A-1-11, Cybersquare, Jalan Teknokrat 6, Cyber 5, 63000 Cyberjaya.
First class starts 13 Feburary 2020 (Every Thursday 8pm-10pm)

Kuala Lumpur : 19-3, Jalan Setiawangsa 8, Taman Setiawangsa, 54200 KL.
First class starts on 11 February 2020 (Every Tuesday 8pm-10pm)

Limited to only 15pax/class for optimum results. Reserve your seat now!

Every class is limited to 15 pax for optimum learning environment, where every student has the opportunity to do presentation, dialogue, role play, ask questions. 

Frequently Asked Questions:

You should start learning Mandarin because it is the official Chinese language widely used in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore. Cantonese, hokkien, teochew, hakka, etc are Chinese dialects.

Pinyin (eg: xué zhōng wén) is how Chinese words are pronounced, whereas Chinese characters (eg: 学中文) are how they are seen in textbooks, newspapers, books, etc. Pinyin is an essential tool for you to type characters by using qwerty keyboard on your laptop, tablet and phone. 

You can replace with other classes in any of BBC branches:

Shah Alam

Tuesday 8pm-10pm
Friday 8pm-10pm
Saturday 10am-12noon

Petaling Jaya
Wednesday 8pm-10pm
Friday 8pm-10pm
Saturday 2pm-4pm

Kuala Lumpur
Tuesday 8pm-10pm
Wednesday 8pm-10pm
Saturday 3pm-5pm

Tuesday 8pm-10pm
Thursday 8pm-10pm
Saturday 10am-12noon

You will able to speak Mandarin after 1 session, but the question is how fluent is your Mandarin.

If you want speak fluent Mandarin, you need to have at least 1500 – 3000 vocabularies. 

If you’re committed to do your homework/assignment every class, we can assure you that you will speak fluent Mandarin after the course.

In 6 months/ 24 classes course duration, you will learn around 1500 vocabularies which is sufficient to speak basic Mandarin fluently.

If you want to speak Mandarin like a native Chinese speaker, you’ll need around 3000 vocabularies which will take 12 months to master. You need sufficient time to practice speaking Mandarin – Practice makes perfect.

How long do you practice to speak fluent English / Malay? The reality is you cannot learn Mandarin the way you cook instant noodles. It takes time to pick up a new language.