Changchun Friends

a great way to get involved

William Jia
  • Male
Share on Facebook Share

William Jia's Friends

  • Camilo Andrés Junca-León
  • Zanxian Wang
  • Francis Bouthinon
  • Rick Hark
  • Tobal Loyola
  • Tobias Benz
  • Sue Fernie
  • Jaime Lewengood
  • Lara
  • Hiranath Maharjan
  • Paul Sayers
  • Logus Yang
  • Daniel M
  • Glenn Irwin
  • Steven

Gifts Received (1)

 

William Jia's Page

Latest Activity

William Jia commented on William Jia's photo
Thumbnail

QQ图片20160114162803

"New Online Course"
Jan 14, 2016
Richard Roman joined William Jia's group
Thumbnail

Mandarin Garden

Best Place for Foreigners to Learn Chinese in Changchun.See More
Jan 18, 2014
William Jia is attending Downtown David - 白大伟's event
Thumbnail

Fifth Annual Thanksgiving Family Dinner in the Chun at Grandpa's Restaurant

November 28, 2013 from 6pm to 10pm
That time of the year is almost here, so get ready for the Changchun’s most famous Thanksgiving dinner at Grandpa’s.  This dinner has become a tradition and will be the fifth Thanksgiving dinner I cooked for the gang from Changchun Friends and as in the past, this will be the very best Thanksgiving dinner.The…See More
Oct 29, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 28, 2013
William Jia added a page to the group Mandarin Garden
Thumbnail

One Chinese Sentence Everyday(71)

Mandarin Garden, Better Chinese Better Life.   十有八九。 Shí yǒu bā jiǔ. very probable; in all likelihood; ten to one   用法说明  “十有八九” 指绝大多数,差不多,也表示可能性很大。一般作状语也可以用作定语。 “十有八九” (shí yǒu bā jiǔ) means almost or nearly. It is often used as adverbials, which…
May 28, 2013
William Jia added a page to the group Mandarin Garden
Thumbnail

One Chinese Sentence Everyday(70)

Mandarin Garden. Better Chinese, Better Life.   该吃吃,该喝喝。 Gāi chī chī, gāi hē hē. To eat and to drink as your will——to enjoy your life; take it easy.   用法说明 “该吃吃,该喝喝”这个短句的意思是,你享受你平常享受的事情,不要被一时的烦恼所困扰,主要用于劝说和安慰别人,让别人放宽心,不要过分忧虑。 “该吃吃,该喝喝(Gāi chī chī,…
May 14, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 14, 2013
George joined William Jia's group
Thumbnail

Mandarin Garden

Best Place for Foreigners to Learn Chinese in Changchun.See More
May 12, 2013
William Jia added a page to the group Mandarin Garden
Thumbnail

One Chinese Sentence Everyday(69)

Mandarin Garden, Better Chinese, Better Life.   气不打一处来。 Qì bù dǎ yíchù lái. to be extremely angry   用法说明 在这句话中“打”是“从”的意思。中医认为气由肝生,表示人所生的气一般是从“肝”这一处来的。而这句话的字面意思是气不是从一处来,而是从很多处来,说明非常气愤。人们经常说“某人(的)气(就)不打一处来”,表明某人非常生气。 In this sentence, “打(dǎ)” means…
May 8, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 8, 2013
William Jia added a page to the group Mandarin Garden
Thumbnail

One Chinese Sentence Everyday(68)

Mandarin Garden, Better Chinese, Better Life.   拿不定主意。 Nábúdìng zhǔyi. Halt between two opinions; be of two minds; hesitate about doing something   用法说明  “拿不定主意”通常指“做不了决定,下不了决心,左右摇摆”。 “拿不定主意”(Nábúdìng zhǔyi .)usually refers to someone cannot make…
May 7, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 7, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 6, 2013
William Jia added a page to the group Mandarin Garden
Thumbnail

One Chinese Sentence Everyday(67)

Mandarin Garden. Better Chinese, Better Life.   不对呀。 Búduìyā. It is not right.   用法说明  “不对呀”这个短句一般用作插入语,位于句首。当事实与说话人所发现的不同或者是情况不正常时,常用这个短句来否定和质疑别人的话。说话时往往带有怀疑的语气。 “不对呀” is usually used as parenthesis at the beginning of a sentence. It is often used…
May 4, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 4, 2013
William Jia posted a status
"10 hours of FREE mandarin classes are offered in Mandarin Garden. Send E-mail to william_jia@mandaringarden.org to get it!"
May 3, 2013

Profile Information

What city, and country are you from originally?
Changchun, China
What are you doing/plans here?
Teaching mandarin Chinese for foreigners
A little something about yourself - hobbies, interests, favorites, goals, etc
Senior Course Consultant from Mandarin Garden, the biggest school teaches foreighners Chinese in China and in Changchun.
Interest webpage link you would like to share (not your QQ page)
http://www.mandaringarden.org
Finally...we get way too many spam accounts trying to apply. Can you say something about Changchun to show you are legitimate (sorry, but we have to ask)
Many bars and cafes in Guilin Lu.

William Jia's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

William Jia's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

William Jia's Blog

what we can offer in Mandarin Garden

Posted on February 20, 2013 at 17:08 2 Comments

What we offer:

(1)Intensive Mandarin Chinese language instruction and 6 months to one year students visa for overseas students.

(2)Professional qualified & trained teachers

(3)Comfortable single dorm rooms provide you with the conveniences of home

(4)Suitable training courses are programmed at each student's requirements

(5)Versatile methods and a variety of activities are…

Continue

Mandarin Garden. A Place for Foreigners to Learn Chinese

Posted on February 19, 2013 at 17:31 0 Comments

Mandarin Garden,Language & Culture School, established in 2004, is a top 3 professional Mandarin school in China.

Mandarin Garden is an international organization of Mandarin language and Chinese dialects schools providing opportunities to learn Mandarin language or a dialect of your choice,in language schools around the world. Learn Mandarin Chinese in China with Mandarin Garden at our branches in Shanghai, Wuxi,…

Continue

Learn Chinese

Posted on February 18, 2013 at 16:54 0 Comments

China is a vast country of great contrasts, with quiet rural landscapes of immense natural beauty and large cities that represent China's economic growth, drive and power. Join us in this magical land of remarkable people, traditions, culture and languages.

1

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us! 

2

If you are serious about learning Mandarin Chinese in a true immersive environment,…

Continue

Chinese Culture Introduction(1) Spring Festival. Mandarin Garden

Posted on February 18, 2013 at 14:07 0 Comments

Mandarin Garden. Culture and Language.

the Spring Festival

  Far and away the most important holiday in China is Spring Festival, also known as the Chinese New Year. To the Chinese people it is as important as Christmas to people in the West. The dates for this annual celebration are determined by the lunar calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar, so the timing of the holiday…

Continue

Comment Wall (1 comment)

You need to be a member of Changchun Friends to add comments!

Join Changchun Friends

At 2:14pm on March 27, 2013, Alex gave William Jia a gift
 
 
 

For updates on events, help and support please add ChangchunFriends in wechat.

ID: ChangchunFriends

 

The Changchun Map

Mark Murray Photography

Martin Hendrick's "The Choonies!"

A few more players that have made my season exciting.The year of...



A few more players that have made my season exciting.

The year of the fox 2016

© 2017   Created by Richard Roman.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service