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Total Chinese Learning Kit Hardcover – Box set, 1 Sep 1995

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What You Get In 'The Total Chinese Learning Kit' * 4 Compact Discs * 6 Books * 187 Revision Cards * 3000-Character Identical Tone Chart * 1 Sturdy, compact, portable box to hold above components The committee to Promote the Use Of Mandarin congratulates Ms Lin Shan for producing 'The Total Chinese Learning Kit'. It is ideally suited for the English educated Singaporean who wants to be able to communicate effectively in Mandarin. As s self-learning tool, the course is also very practical for the busy executive who can continue using it while travelling overseas, or for the home maker with spare moments at home. Virtually every Chinese Singaporean whose Mandarin is not very fluent recognises the value of speaking Mandarin and would like to attain verbal fluency in the language. The gap between recognising a desirable goal and actually achieving it, however, is a discouragingly wide one. Ms Lin Shan's course has helped narrow that gap. Ms Lin Shan was born in Shanghai and trained as an architect. She is a well-known Mandarin teacher and author in Singapore. Over the past 25 years, she has conducted Mandarin courses in many leading banks, companies and institutions. Ms Lin has been a columnist for The Straits Times for six years, writing a weekly bilingual column on Chinese history and culture. She is also author of the following books: What's In A Chinese Name, Mandarin By Radio, and 3-in-1 Chinese Course.

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