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Why Mandarin?

No. 1 Global Language

Today, Mandarin Chinese is the most spoken language in the world. Not only is the language spoken in China but also in many other countries such as Singapore. Moreover, children who have learned Mandarin Chinese characters are able to understand many of the same characters used in Japanese and Korean languages. Here is a little fun fact: Mandarin Chinese is the official language in six countries and one of the six official languages of the United Nations.

Navigate the Global Economy

The State Department describes Mandarin Chinese as a "critical language". Industries as varied as financial services, technology, real-estate, medical, law, renewable energy, sports, media and entertainment among many others have all been expanding on a global level and evolving to become more diverse. With China's global rise and the tremendous amount of opportunities emerging from the rest of the Mandarin-speaking countries, children who start young while their brain is most malleable at acquiring the Mandarin language will become extremely well-positioned in future's global economy. 

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