‘Mandarin Institute of Sri Lanka’ strengthens with champion lecturers

The ‘Mandarin Institute of Sri Lanka’, the country’s premier institute focusing on exclusively teaching the Chinese language has strengthened education pool with high profile foreign and local tutors. The institute prides itself upon housing the ‘finest mandarin language teachers’ in the country. The Institute aspires to coach beginners with extensive scrutiny and grafts to provide a comprehensive study plan with undiluted attention towards achieving native fluency of Mandarin.

The panel of lecturers collectively shares more than 25,000 hours and over 30 years of combined experience which broadly assists in conveniently grasping the language. The members of the panel are all trilingual, hence well-versed in Chinese, English, and Sinhalese.

The panel consists of individuals who spearhead contrasting facets of the institution. They are:

Sun Xun, is a graduate from Hubei University, majoring in Chinese language and literature who is an IPA recognized lecturer (international registered senior Chinese teacher) and has rich experience in lecturing for Students from Germany, Tanzania, Vietnam, Cambodia, and America. She is now a Senior Academic Supervisor at Mandarin Institute of Sri Lanka.

Jingfang Liu is the ‘Head of Cultural Activities. Liu is a native speaker who permanently lives in Sri Lanka. She graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Management at the Beijing International Studies University in China and a Master’s degree in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore.

Irushi Nagahawatte administers as the ‘Head of Adults Course’. She is an alumnus of Kelaniya University graduating with Bachelor’s in Arts languages and was awarded a scholarship by Confucius Institute Headquarters in Beijing China where she studied the Chinese language at Chongqing Normal University.

Kaushalya Madubhasheni heads the institute’s Sinhala department. Mandarin is taught in Sinhala to aspiring students all over Sri Lanka. She is a graduate from the Sabaragamuwa university with BA in arts specializing in Chinese language and a completed her Chinese language and cultural course at Chongqing Normal University, Chongqing, China.

Nishadi Edirisinghe completed her undergraduate studies at Beijing Foreign Studies University majoring in teaching Chinese. She studied in China for over 5 years following her bachelor’s hence she is well exposed to the native Chinese dialects and culture.

Anjula Keshani administers as the ‘Head of Teen Course’. She is also a PhD student, specializing in Chinese literature at Central China Normal University.

Natasha Buddhima is another talented trilingual lecturer she is a Graduate from the University of Kelaniya with first-class Honors – Business & Academic Chinese (Sp). She has successfully completed the Modern Chinese course at Southwest University, Beibei, Chongqing, China.


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