Brisbane Staff Profiles

Gloria Gao

Gloria Gao

Gloria is a native speaker from Beijing, China. She has several years of experience teaching Chinese to adults and children in Beijing. Currently she has relocated and started teaching mandarin in Brisbane.

Gloria has a Bachelor of Communication degree from the University of Queensland and is currently undertaking her Masters degree in Interaction Design at the University of Queensland.

Teaching is about exploring, sharing and excitement. –Gloria

Xue Wen Lee

Xue Wen Lee

Xue Wen is a former primary school teacher from Singapore who has taught Mandarin for seven years. She has extensive classroom experience and is well-equipped to assist in sourcing, evaluation and development of study materials.

She has a Diploma in Education from the National Institute of Education, Singapore as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Translation and Interpretation awarded from the Singapore University of Social Sciences.

One of my passion when it comes to teaching mandarin to kids, is that I like to transform the learning process into an interactive journey. This way I can help them relate these experiences to the cultural aspect of the language. – Xue Wen

MILLY SHI

MILLY SHI

Milly is a native mandarin speaker of Hangzhou, China who has helped many students learning Mandarin. She is very patient, friendly and good at interacting with students.

Milly holds a bachelor of Financial Management from China Jiliang University and a Master of Commerce from the University of Queensland.

Teaching is my passion. I am keen to arise students’ interest in learning mandarin and Chinese culture in an interesting atmosphere. – Milly

Yidi Wang

Yidi Wang

Yidi is a Chinese native speaker from Shaanxi, China. She has extensive experience in IELTS tutoring and Mandarin teaching in both China and Australia. She is a patient and inspiring bilingual teacher with strong awareness of cultural difference.

She has obtained a Bachelor’s degree in English Language and Literature at Shaanxi Normal University, and a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics (TESOL Studies) at The University of Queensland.

Learning a new language can give you an additional opportunity to choose a different life. -Yidi