Chinese American Interest

Workshop: Mandarin Conversation

A partnership with Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in San Francisco
Tuesday, 6/28/2022
4:00 - 5:45
Portola Meeting Room
Portola
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380 Bacon Street
San Francisco, CA 94134
United States

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Learn basic greetings and common daily phrases, colors, animals and Taiwanese food in an 8-week converational Mandarin class through reading picture books, singing and playing interactive games. For ages 2–5 with one caregiver. 

Laura Lo, a Taiwanese native, has been teaching children for more than 30 years in Kaohsiung, Taiwan. She is very experienced in early childhood education. She enjoys working with parents and preschoolers. Teacher Laura loves playing games with children and motivates her young students. She makes learning Mandarin fun and her students speak Mandarin naturally.


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.


Attending Programs

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