“A thing long expected takes the form of the unexpected when at last it comes”
- Mark Twain
Have you ever experienced something unexpected that seemed trivial at the time but went on to play a significant part in your life?
That’s what happened to Ms Zarah Ching, a bilingual professional, who discovered her passion for Mandarin Chinese through a care-free pizza session?!
A passion that eventually led her to a lucrative bilingual career in one of the best industries there are… Tourism and Hospitality!
* Get to know what a bilingual professional actually does, * Learn what are the opportunities in the travel industry for bilinguals, * Discover language learning tips from someone born an raised in a NON-MANDARIN speaking country.
Sit back and enjoy my interview with Ms Zarah Ching!
1:56 How did your Mandarin Proficiency help you in your career? 2:52 Compensation for Mandarin Bllinguals 4:26 What are you expected to do as a Bilingual? 7:58 Demand for Mandarin bilinguals: fad or lasting? 10:06 How do companies test an applicant’s Mandarin proficiency?
0:09 What was your attitude towards learning Mandarin growing up? 0:39 Pizza and Mandarin? 2;24 What’s your biggest influence in learning Mandarin? 5:00 How do you keep your Mandarin proficiency at a high level?? 7:49 What are young student’s attitude towards learning Mandarin Chinese? 9:11 Want to learn Mandarin now? This is your FIRST step
For those of you interested to get Zarah’s services, you may reach her through her e-mail address email@example.com.
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