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Hua Hsia Chinese School has been collaborate with OCAC Taiwan for varies culture workshops and activities.
From September 2021 , we start to receive funding to offer Free Adults Beginners classes , a program named
"Never Stop Learning ", We opened 3 classes for 36 students , since then we have a group of energetic and
enthusiastic students , we are very proud of them.  Congratulations to who has moving up to contemporary
Chinese.Funding from OCAC ended January 2024,  all courses are charged with course from April 2024.  TCML program will combine to HuaHsia Chinese School adults program, following school calendar from September 2024.

We continue recruiting beginners classes , the program is flourish to our new St Albans branch.



We are very honoured to be chosen by OCAC Taiwan to run Beginner Adults' classes from September 2021. These courses are fully funded by OCAC Taiwan, with 36 spaces available. We are running 3 classes: Saturday and Sunday at our Hampstead branch, and Tuesday at our Mill Hill head office. 


This is an ideal course for absolute beginners. Designed for adults, learning at home (online) and in person. It’s the perfect introduction to Mandarin Chinese, covering the basics of everyday language. Please read the course information for further details. 


To find more information or book, you can call us on 0208 201 0698 or send us a message through our contact us page. 

Hua Hsia is a place where our students matter, a nurturing environment that aims to encourage every student


We believe that learning Mandarin should be fun. That’s why as well as offering a wide range of classes for all ages, we take time to explore China’s fascinating history and culture. 


Teacher Karen Chang

She has 3 years teaching experiences in Taiwan and 5 years in the UK.


Skilled in developing exercises that engage and challenge students while promoting learning. Patient and attentive teaching style emphasizing individual student skills and educational needs. Fluent in both Chinese and English and highly effective at communicating with students to ensure comprehension.


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Hua Hsia Chinese School was founded in 2001 by a group of parents and teachers, who wanted to provide a Chinese language and culture program to anyone who’d like learn the language and culture, regardless of gender, age, religion, or background. In 2007 the School Founder changed the school to a privately own school. Hua Hsia Chinese School continued to grow from 80 students to 400 students in the last few years, providing a full range of courses. Hua Hsia registered with Ofsted in 2009 and held the Gold Award from the National Resource Centre of Supplementary Education (NRCSE) for many years. 


The founder of Hua Hsia who currently runs the school, Ms Hui-Tzu Ting, is originally from Taiwan. She believes culture is an important part of the school’s curriculum. From 2007 we started to receive support from OCAC (Overseas Community Affairs Council) Taiwan, who sent two art teachers from Taiwan to run the summer camp for our students. We are very grateful for all the support from all funders (Paul Hamlyn Foundation for 3 years family focus project & John Lyon’s Foundation through Goldsmiths, University of London for 5 years of Multimedia culture project). All these programmes have made us a better school and given us the opportunity to embrace more with the local community. 

Our unique teaching method is an innovative new teaching way that cleverly combines computing power and multimedia technology to make learning Mandarin Chinese an easy, enjoyable and effective learning experience.

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