Professor Wang Min teaches Chinese language at the School of International Education, University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) since the 2006. She has taught Chinese language primarily at intermediate level, and also supervised the teaching quality of all Chinese language courses at TBC starting from Spring 2016. Prior to her work with TBC, Professor Wang taught Chinese language for the Intensive Chinese language program under the School of International Education of UIBE including the EU-China Managers Exchange and Training Program, a five-year intergovernmental cooperation project between the EU and China in the field of international trade. Professor WANG obtained her Master’s degree in Civil and Commercial Law from China University of Political Science and Law and her Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Language & Literature from Inner Mongolia Normal University. Professor Wang has been awarded many times by UIBE for many times for her excellent teaching.
Since her graduation from Beijing Normal University in the department of Chinese Language and Culture, Chen Zhao has been a Chinese teacher for seven years. Chen Zhao has a wealth of experience teaching the Chinese language across all levels in many programs, including the CET Intensive Chinese program and the Universities of California Inter-University Program for Chinese Studies. She started teaching at TBC in 2012 and has been teaching all levels during the full-length semester program and China Voice programs in the summer.
Liu Xueting received her master’s degree in Chinese Language and Literature from Beijing International Studies University, and she received the Qualification Certificate of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (Advanced Level) from Confucius Institute Headquarters (Han Ban) in 2006. She also received the certificate in Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages (TCSOL) from Columbia University. She has taught Chinese for ten years. She has worked for six years as a Chinese teacher for University of International Business and Economics and she started teaching Chinese language courses at TBC since 2011. Courses she has taught include Survival Chinese for the Real Beginners, Intermediate Chinese (Regular & Intensive), Advanced Chinese (Regular and Intensive).
Wang Jing received her degree in Chinese Language and Literature from Heilongjiang University. She has eight years of experiences teaching Chinese as a second language and started teaching at TBC in the spring semester of 2011. Professor Wang also delivered Chinese language teaching for the EU-China Managers Exchange and Training Program, a five-year intergovernmental cooperation project between EU and China in the field of international trade and “I Sing Beijing-International Young Vocalist”, a program sponsored by National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language (NOCFL).