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MandaLingua News

Be informed about our school, the Chinese language and culture

21 Jan 2023

Happy New Year China

China celebrates the Year of the Rabbit. We wish all friends, students, and partners a happy and prosperous New Year.

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29 Dec 2022

Language Courses possible

We are pleased to announce that entry into China will be possible again from January 2023 and language courses in Shanghai and Beijing can therefore be carried out. Language trips can also take place in Taiwan without any problems.

We are happy to answer any questions and look forward to hearing from you.

12 Feb 2021

Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is the most important traditional festival in China. This year the new year officially starts on February 12th.

On the first day of the new year according to the Chinese calendar, the celebrations begin. Chinese New Year is also known in China as the “Spring Festival”, which is what the modern Chinese name 春节 (chun jie) actually means in translation.

lijiang red lantern of China
18 Dec 2020

Happy New Year

An extraordinary year is coming to an end. A year full of innovations and tensions. A year of change and renunciation. A year that none of us would have wanted. And yet it has forced us to adapt and despite everything, we remain true to our traditions.

The entire MandaLingua team wishes everyone a Merry Christmas, calmly and in peace. We hope that many students can travel to China next year for either an internship or a language course. We are there for you. Have a good time and see you soon.

24 Jan 2020

The year of the rat

China celebrates the New Year of the Rat on January 25th. The rat is the first animal of all zodiac animals and is therefore also considered the year of the new beginning and the renewal.

The year of the rat is marked by a profitable and happy year. Everyone will show determination about their goals, aspirations and even their hobbies. The Year of the Rat is also a great year for the foundation and development of a special project. Because of their reproductive rate, married couples also pray for children.

In terms of yin and yang (阴阳 —yīn yáng), the rat is yang and represents the beginning of a new day. In Chinese culture, rats were seen as a sign of wealth and surplus.

Happy New Year China

1 Oct 2019


We congratulate China on its 70th anniversary.