Kong Teach
Kong Teach

Kong Teach

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Introduction: Hello everyone. It’s my great honor to teach you Chinese. My name is Stephen Kong, 孔令凯 (KONG, Lingkai), a Shanghainese, graduated from Shanghai International Studies University. In China, my family name Kong is quite special. You may not know the Chinese character 孔, chances are you may have heard of my great ancestor – Confucius, founder of Confucianism, who is seen by Chinese people as the Greatest Teacher. So teaching is very special to me, I’ll try my best on it.
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Hired 2 times

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6 years in business

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Maintain 6 feet of distance from customers

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Disinfect surfaces touched during the job

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Lingkai Kong

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  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    You will be charged according to the number of lessons you take. Normally, each lesson lasts 50min. If you want to take more than 4 lessons per week, the packages will be recommended: 50 lessons within 3 months (5% off), 100 lessons within 6 months (10% off). First to Third Level for beginner: $59 each lesson Fourth to Fifth Level for intermediate: $69 each lesson Sixth to Seventh Level for advanced: $79 each lesson (Note: Learning materials are not included.)

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    My Chinese (Mandarin) courses and trainings will help you reach the aim in mastering Chinese language. I will make a teaching plan according to your Chinese level and learning habits. All the courses will be taught depend a lot on the student's acceptance. Each level may contains several courses, but it does not mean the student at his/her level have to take all the courses to get the next level.

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    I am a Shanghainese, graduated from Shanghai International Studies University (SISU) with a Bachelor of Laws degree, earned two certificates as a Senior Chinese Language Teacher issued by International Profession Certificate Association (IPA) and International Association of Language Teachers (IACLT) respectively.

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