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where can I learn Chinese with flexible time ?

I need to go to China for business in next month and do my job in Shanghai for half a year. I'm eager to learn Chinese on business and culture. But I have no time to have a system learning. I wish there could be a class between 7:00 p.m to 9:00 p.m or the other free time of mine.I need to stay in China for so long a time that I have a high request for the teaching quality to meet all my needs ,not only the business but also the daily life.
Also,what else shall I get prepared for my business in China?And are there any Chinese customs I need especially pay attention to ?
Wish someone can give me some good suggestion ,thanks
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  • I'm interested in Chinese and then i have attended a Chinese lesson online. I think that may be useful to u cause the time is flexible as u want and I can talk to Chinese people now,though not so fluent ;P
    Here's the page. http://www.echineselearning.com/servi... .I attend the Chinese culture lesson ,but i think the business lesson is much suitable to you .
    And take it easy , Chinese really need a long time to learn but it's really really beautiful and easy to get the primary level.
    Hope u have a good trip :)
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  • I have experienced the useful ways of how to learn Chinese language, just learn it at Hanbridge Mandarin where you can learn business Chinese and Chinese culture,The Chinese teachers patient, passionate, and easy going. their students come from different countries of the world, guarantee the teaching quality and the teaching time is flexible .There are group class and personal class with tailor-made courses. I have learn Chinese at Hanbridge Mandarin school for 3 years, and I can speak Chinese more frequently than before. Even I can communicate with Chinese people normally.
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