Teach Chinese Season 2

Hi, it’s Carol here…

Season 2 of Teach Chinese mini-series is here!

​It’s been another year of teaching my 3 children Chinese and there’s so much to share with you, if you’re interested to learn more.

​After prolonged closure, schools just reopened for us in late March this year.

​I feel like my life has been put on pause mode, switched to another channel, and just switched back after more than 2 years.

​Despite all the obstacles, I managed to prepare #1 Vee for his high school entrance exams. One of the highlights is watching him revise hundreds of Chinese idioms.

​To get some perspective, I mastered 300 Chinese idioms at the END of high school while he did 600+ BEFORE high school.


​He did this mostly independently and without tuition!

​That’s why I wrote “watching him revise”, instead of “revising with him”.

​Over the past years, it has been my focus to guide my children to learn independently.

​When the child learns independently, he’s on his way to being a lifelong learner and adapting to the ever-changing school and work environment.

​Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune. – Jim Rohn

​#2 Jae is now reading 3200 Chinese words and also doing very well.

​Youngest El has learnt 1200 words and is reading short stories by himself.

​He finally finds joy in reading Chinese books, a few years later than in reading English. Better late than never, right?

​I studied Chinese until high school and then did not read a Chinese book for more than 10 years until Vee was born.

​One of our customers is a grandmother who is learning Chinese and teaching her grandchildren to read Chinese.

​Anyone can do what we are doing.

​Over the next 2 weeks, I’m going to share a series of ideas for teaching your child to read Chinese. This includes promotional emails for newly-published Odonata materials.

​If you’d like to learn more about teaching Chinese reading and the new Odonata materials, then you need to raise your hand by clicking the “YES, I’m interested!” link below.

​YES, I’m interested in teaching Chinese reading and Odonata!…​

If you’re not interested, it’s ok, you don’t need to do anything.

Thank you so much for your attention, and have a great day!

~ Carol @ Owlissimo.com


If you have questions about teaching Chinese reading or Odonata materials, feel free to reply to this email and let me know how I can help.

And, if you’d like a refresher of Teach Chinese mini-series Season 1, check out our archive here.

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