Since its foundation in 2001, Hua Jie Language provides pupils and students customized quality tuition lessons in Singapore. It also provides international students of all ages and levels with Mandarin lessons. 


Classes are taught with a twist of fun, in private or in small groups, at the venue of your choice. We bring tuition to a higher level as we know what the students need and customize the lessons accordingly.


Our program follows local schools' syllabus while improving reading and listening comprehension as well as writings and listening skills. Mastering Chinese idioms is also part of our curriculum.

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Happy Start Chinese Program
----- Specially Designed for Children Age from 5-15
  • Lesson Design: Children Age from 5-15

  • Duration of Each lesson:  1 hours

  • What They Learn: Classified storybook and activities

  • Purpose: Children learn knowledge by activities and story books together.

  • This method is proven more effective and fun!

  • Activities: Handcraft, puppet show, songs and so on.

  • Schedule: Flexible (Private lessons)

  • Contact us to check more informaiton

                                                         PRIVATE ONLINE INTERACTIVE SKYPE / ZOOM LIVE LESSONS

                                                                      (You can choose 30 minutes, or 45 minutes, or 1 hour)


Recommended for:

  • Preschool children

  • Primary students 

  • Secondary & "O" level students

  • Junior College / "A" level students

   Most popular and welcomed SKYPE lessons (Private -1 on 1):

  • Story reading with teacher 和老师读故事

  • Idioms and Stories 成语和成语故事

  • Comprehension practise 理解问答练习

  • Composition reading and practice 作文阅读与练习

  • Oral Test preparation lesson 口语练习

  • Reading and writing Chinese 阅读与写作练习


  Zoom / SKYPE Lessons  (Private live lessons )


Rate: From $35 / hour by package of 12, 20, or 30 hours

Why choose our online tuition? 

  • A personalized curriculum to meet students' specific needs

  • Customized courses and materials 

  • Flexibilities to reschedule lessons

  • Coaching by experienced teachers

  • Follow all schools/ MOE syllabus

  • Free access online library

  • Lower cost of tuition fees

  Contact us for a trial Zoom/SKYPE lesson. (45 minutes for $30)

Remote Learning

中学/"O" 水准口试练习

Secondary / “O" Level Oral Practice (Sample)



1 课外活动

2 捐旧书

3 在小贩中心吃完饭后不归还碗碟

4 在巴士上不给老人让位



Private Home Tuition

-- Most popular with Hua Jie Language


For local  SGP primary, secondary, and JC students 

  • Home tuition in students's home

  • Experienced & patient Chinese native tutors

  • Follow school  / MOE syllabus

  • Duration: 1.5 hours or 2 hours

  • Free access to our online library

  • Help students to fast improve in composition and comprehension

  • Free material from Hua Jie Language (customized material; top 10 school test paper)

  • Supervise students to read suitable material

  • Reasonable price 

                         Requires for private tuition fee - Contact us 

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Private Tuition for International Students

  • Chinese textbook for international children

  • Or Tailored Material

  • Revise and prepare for school exam

  • Interesting stories and material

  • Flexible schedule

  • Reasonable Fees


Contact us for detail 

​Mini Group for children 


  • Bukit Batok

  • Woodland

  • Bedok

  • Buona Vista

  • Serangoon

  • Kallang

  1. Follow MOE syllabus

  2. Experienced & patient Chinese native tutors

  3. Interesting and effective material

  4. Effective result 

  5. Avoid to immerse students with thousands of books and practices

  • Mini Group Classes time need to be scheduled.

  • You are encouraged to find someone to start the mini group class with you.

  • Or you might need to wait for a couple weeks to find another students to join your class who can fit your schedule and Chinese level.

Contact us for more inforamtion

 Our Comprehensive Tuition Services



PSLE Composition and Comprehension Strategy

PSLE Oral Examination Strategy

“O” Level Composition and Comprehension Higher Marks Strategy

“O” Level Oral Exam Strategy

 JC “A” Level Composition Higher Marks Strategy

JC “A” Level Oral Exam Strategy

Review & Preparation for CA1, CA2, SA1, SA2, PSLE, “O” Level and “A” Level Exams


Tuition materials for international school students are tailored according to the students' specific needs, wether it is for academic, extracurricular or traveling purposes.  





99% of students score A


35% get A*



70% of students

score A1 or A2

for 'O' level


pass 'A' level

Preparing your child for the PSLE Chinese oral

Earlier this year, MOE has announced the rollout of e-Oral or Video Conversation that will replace Picture Description starting from the 2017 PSLE Exams.  Students will be required to watch a 1 minute video and express their views and opinions relating to the themes.

In an exploratory paper, the Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board (SEAB) proposed to extend the use of Mother Tongue languages as a living, everyday interactive language via the use of ICT.  Therefore, the MOE has announced that videos will replace pictures as test stimulus in oral assessments as it is a better medium to better portray real-life situations and provides authentic contexts for oral conversation and discussion.

Revised 2017 PSLE Chinese Oral Format

Paper 3 Components:

口试与听力                                                  2016 PSLE               2017 PSLE (NEW)

Reading Passage  朗读短文                           10%                      10% (on-screen)

Picture Description 看图说话                        10%                      15% (Video Conversation / e-Oral)

Conversation 会话                                             5%                       –

Listening Comprehension 听力理解             10%                      10%

Total Percentage                                               35%                      35%

Although the total percentage for Paper 3 (Oral + Listening Comprehension) remains at 35%, there are slight changes to the Oral components. Reading Passage element will still remain (and slightly enhanced to on-screen reading),  while the Picture Description + Conversation elements will now be replaced by “Video Conversation” or e-Oral.  

Students will be given 10 minutes to prepare – they will have to plan their time to review both the reading passage (on computer screen), and the video for oral within that timeframe.  Upon entering the exam room, they will then proceed to read the passage on screen, and watch the video once. Subsequently, the examiner will ask 3 guiding questions related to the theme in the video –

  1. A question about the content of the video – what happened, what did you observe?  发生了什么事? 你观察到了什么?

        -- e.g. Tell me about an event relating to “helpfulness” that you have seen in the video.


   2.The student’s thoughts/views/comments related to the theme, what did you learn? 学生的看法、想法、评论,你学到了什么?

        -- e.g. What helpful deed have you done for your friend and what did you learn?


   3.To share a similar/relevant experience, or to further extend the theme to society. 分享一下你的类似的/相关的经历,或者进一步将主题


        -- e.g. How do you think the school should encourage pupils to care for each other?


Feedback from parents and students

Students have actually preferred this new format as it allows for more ‘free play’ and is more relevant to daily life activities.  About 85% of the students agreed that the video stimulus made the oral test more interesting and engaging as compared to a still picture stimulus.  Parents, however, are concerned about the lack of reference materials in the market, and also whether we are adding more stress (to have to remember the video contents) to an already stressful paper.

An MOE spokesperson urged parents not to worry as fundamental oral techniques still remain the same, regardless of medium, and indicated that standardized video resources from MOE have already been disseminated to the schools & teachers in order to help students prepare for the new format.  Most schools are already starting to prepare their students from Primary 4 and 5 onwards for this change by either printing out video strips or having practice dates for e-Oral. 

How can you help your child to prepare?

  • Practice with everyday pieces of information (e.g. news articles, brochures, posters, advertisements etc).  Make it a habit to notice such information in your daily commute and have a casual conversation with your child. Comment on the character’s behavior, what they  have learnt, and share a relevant or similar experience. Let them get used to developing an opinion on various topics.

  • Expose, Expose, Expose.  Expose them to different mediums of communication.  Besides reading (which is still very important), try other ways for e.g. switch on the radio to the Chinese channel so they are used to listening to Mandarin a conversational setting, watch a Chinese feature or travel show with them, or send them a phone message in Chinese.  Just a little exposure everyday will raise their general level of awareness of the language. 

  • During the oral, remind your child to listen and watch carefully, try to remember certain keywords or phrases that have been used during the video.  Also to pay attention to the main theme and sequence of events shown in the video.

  • Don’t panic.  Remember whether it’s a picture description or video oral, it is just a medium.  The objective of the oral is the same – to allow students to express their comments and ideas in a guided form.  Build up their spoken Mandarin foundation with good phrases and solid sentence structures and no matter what syllabus changes are to come, they will be able to confidently adapt.

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