Our Teachers

Meet our wonderful and talented teachers!

Children’s Level 2

Marian Chan

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Born in Peking (now, Beijing ) China, I am a nursing school graduate. I joined the teaching staff in 2003. I enjoy teaching my students from first graders to post-graduates. Review your lessons and do your homework every day, are the two secrets to success that I revealed to my students.

Adult Class & Children’s Level 3

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Najia Li

My name is Najia Li ,from Beijing China. I speak mandarin Chinese and am fluent in Chinese pinyin. I have been teaching Chinese at three different Chinese schools in the U.S.A. My teaching methods are very flexible. My students enjoy the way I expand their interest in learning Chinese. I have a love for music, and enjoy playing and teaching the drums and YangQin, which is a special Chinese instrument that has 144 strings.  I also am a tournament ping pong player, so I can coach students in the Chinese way of ping pong. I want to have a good relationship with my all students, I can help them to be a useful talent and have a colorful life.

Children’s Level 1

Kiko Yang

I’m Kiko. I was born in 1988. I graduated from Guangdong Polytechnical Normal University having majored in Business English. I have been teaching English kindergarten for six years  in China before I moved here two years ago. I love reading and listening to music. I very much enjoy being a teacher at Chinese school.

Children’s Pre-K

Alice Lei

Hi everyone,

My name is Alice Lei. My family came from China three years ago. I
have a son who is six years old just like the age of the kids in my
class.

Before arriving in US, I worked in a law office after I graduated from
University of International Business and Economics as a Juris Master.
The job was helping companies and individual to deal with their
intellectual property.

Until now I have worked in Clearwater Chinese School for more than
two years. Compared with the former job, I like this one much better. I
feel very comfortable to stay with kids. They are friendly and generous
always making me feel confident and happy.
I am so pleased to see people are interested in China and Chinese
culture and I am also honored to have this opportunity to be a Chinese
teacher. I really see the job as a bridge which could connect the
people of two country closer.

 

Chinese Music Director

chinese music teacher

Joyce Liu

Joyce Liu serves as the Music Director for the Clearwater Chinese School.  Born in Taiwan and raised in Los Angeles, California, Ms. Liu has lived in Florida since 2001.  A music teacher with more than 25 years experience, Ms. Liu’s music classes are fun and lively.  She teaches her students how to sing freely and with joyful expression. Each year, her students learn ancient Chinese folk songs arranged within modern settings to perform for Chinese New Year festivities.

Dance Teacher

dance teacher

Long Huang

Long Huang graduated from a Performing Arts College in China, specializing in Chinese folk dance, minority ethnic dances and classical dance. Now she is seeking a master’s degree in  Global Sustainability at USF.

Some of our teachers are available for 1-to-1 sessions, please contact us if you would like more info!

7 thoughts on “Our Teachers

  1. Ni hao, my name is Grace, I recently moved here from Shenzhen, China.
    I now live in Clearwater, Florida and am seeking a job as a Chinese language instructor.
    K thrugh 12. Please contact me if you have a position for me at your school.
    Xie xie!

    1. Hello! I am looking for a mandarin speaking nanny or babysitter for my 2 year old daughter in Clearwater, FL. Full-time or part-time & Flexible hours. Great pay.
      call or email Shannon at:
      (410)294-8834
      Shannonhunting@aol.com

      1. Hi Shannon, I believe we had the chance to talk at the festival. We’ll let you know if we find anyone who fits the job description. In the mean time, try contacting SACA (if you haven’t already) their community is much larger since it encompasses all of Tampa. Here’s a link to their facebook page:
        https://www.facebook.com/sacatampabay
        http://sacatampabay.org/wp/

        You could try looking on Craigslist or posting an ad there, sometimes that works out..

          1. Sorry for the late reply. It’s never too late. All our classes are pro-rated based on when you start!

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