• Cram School - Hong Kong’s big business tutoring centers

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  • Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

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    HKEnglish.com provides high quality private English tuition and editing services as well as Company Training in Hong Kong HK SAR. Our friendly, experienced Private Native English tutors teach a wide variety of effective and enjoyable English courses at our conveniently located centre in Central on HK Island, or for corporate clients at your office. We specialise in one to one tuition which is the most effective and efficient way to learn English.

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  • Hong Kong, a dream destination for University study HD 1080p

    Hi everyone! My name is Sumeetpal Choat and this is my entry into Hong Kong. Competition: 'Hong Kong, A Dream Destination for University Study' Todays question in hand is 'Why students should consider higher education in Hong Kong'. However in order to answer this, we must first consider why students should study abroad in the first place. You see in Great Britain students are now faced with crippling tuition fees and as more and more students are attending university, it is said that the value of a degree is on the decline as mentioned by the Economist. This has lead students to look for other opportunities to set them apart from an ever leveling playing field. This leads students to think outside the box but more importantly, outside the borders.. And here's why I believe I should get ...

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  • Study Abroad / Exchange Year - FAQ

    For those who don't know, I was an exchange student at the University of Hong Kong and just got back from my year abroad. I had the time of my life in Hong Kong and could honestly talk about how much I recommend studying abroad for hours -tried so hard to cut this video short but it's still 9min ugh-. Many of you requested a video like this so I hope this helps for those who are interested! Blogpost: What You Will Gain From a Year Abroad: https://sussexstudents.wordpress.com/2016/03/23/what-you-will-gain-from-a-year-abroad/ Blogpost: How to Prepare to Study Abroad: https://sussexstudents.wordpress.com/2016/02/09/finding-home-away-from-home/ I forgot to address the question about how to finance a year abroad: in England you only pay 15% of your normal tuition fee for your year abroad. I...

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  • What is Private Tuition Really Doing to - or for - Education?

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  • Can Foreign Students Cut Cost of College Tuition?

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    published: 13 Apr 2011
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  • English Learning Course in Hong Kong - Experienced English Teacher helps You Improve Your English

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  • Visit China - 11 Ways You May Offend People in China

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Cram School - Hong Kong’s big business tutoring centers

Cram School - Hong Kong’s big business tutoring centers

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There are more than 180,000 students attending tutoring centres after a regular day at school. Most of them are secondary school students.Although the city always does well in international academic tables, studies show Hong Kong kids are under too much stress and are growing more unhappy.In this month’s Hong Kong Enquirer, we take a look at Hong Kong’s extra curricular tutoring centres and ask, is it all glitz to drive this lucrative business or are they helping students succeed. Artifact - The Dark Contenent by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/
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Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

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http://edition.cnn.com/2009/BUSINESS/11/08/hong.kong.celebrity.tutors/index.html Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN) Hong Kong, China (CNN) -- Dressed in Louis Vuitton from head to toe with the exception of a Gucci belt, Richard Eng stands out in his neighborhood in Hong Kong's New Territories. When we arrive at his home, the 45 year old father of one warmly welcomes us. His manners are as impeccable as the hairstyle and clothes that he proudly wears. But it's not the chic and manicured man standing in front of us that's caught our attention -- but the bright yellow Lamborghini parked in his driveway. Now, as we all know, teachers around the world are renowned for being over worked and underpaid; but that rule does NOT apply to Hong Kong's "celebrity tutors" and Richard Eng is living proof. Twenty years ago he began working as a teacher. During the day he'd teach his school students, and then at night he'd work as a tutor. Through word of mouth, these evening classes grew to the point where he set up his own tutorial school. Eng then decided to take the business to the next level -- advertising in newspapers and on television and that's when the transformation began. He understood the interest, fascination and obsession with celebrities and began marketing his services with that in mind. With billboards, glossy brochures, eye catching TV commercials and model photo shoots, he and his tutors in their designer gear, fashionable haircuts and Hollywood smiles, appear more like pop or movie stars promoting their latest album or film than anything resembling a teacher. And it's paid off. He now operates 12 schools in Hong Kong and has just opened one in Tokyo. He has a total of 50,000 students, employs 300 staff and last year he personally took home more than US$1 million. Eng says: "This is a chance in Hong Kong for some people to teach and help students. At the same time, students come to class and see something beautiful and they learn exam skills ... that's why we're worth it and why we are here." Students come to class and see something beautiful ... that's why we're worth it and why we are here. --Richard Eng With this success, Eng has reaped the financial rewards. He not only owns a US$500,000 Lamborghini that he drives to work most days, but also owns property all over Hong Kong and has a designer wardrobe and watch collection that would rival any fashionista. But he's not content with the status quo and has plans to expand into China next year. He admits some of his students are attracted to his celebrity status but dismisses this as the core reason for his success. "I have to say they may come to me at the beginning out of curiosity, but as time goes by they realize I can teach them exam skills very important in Hong Kong." Tutorial schools are big business in Hong Kong. Four major schools dominate, but there are hundreds of others -- attended by approximately one third of all students. They pay approximately US$130 a month to improve their grades in a society where information is power. One of Eng's students is 18-year-old Daisy Chung who has been attending his English class for the past two years. "My grade improved from C to B ... now I hope there's room for improvement." While the big names like Richard Eng are multi-millionaires, the average celebrity tutors earn more than US$120,000 a year. Government teachers take home less than half that. The Education Department says while the tutorial schools are popular, it doesn't endorse them. Deputy Secretary for Hong Kong Education Dr Stephanie Chan says: "I'm concerned how parents and students use the services ... whether the money is spent wisely, but if it proves to help then I don't have the right to say I disapprove of it." But as long as children's education is considered an investment, Eng and his colleagues will continue to make the sums of money that most people can only dream of.
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English Tuition Hong Kong (Results Guaranteed!)

English Tuition Hong Kong (Results Guaranteed!)

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http://www.CommunicationSkillsTips.com Practice your Conversational English with me. Results Guaranteed or Your Money Back! (Video of one of my clients learning how to give impromptu speeches in English. He's learned a lot since he first started his coaching sessions) CONTACT ME for TUTORING Services (Hong Kong): Email: akash.speaker@yahoo.com Phone: 97971 0262 Tuition Fee: HKD 350/Hour Results Guaranteed - Or Your Money Back!
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HKEnglish.com - Quality English Tuition in Hong Kong

HKEnglish.com - Quality English Tuition in Hong Kong

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HKEnglish.com provides high quality private English tuition and editing services as well as Company Training in Hong Kong HK SAR. Our friendly, experienced Private Native English tutors teach a wide variety of effective and enjoyable English courses at our conveniently located centre in Central on HK Island, or for corporate clients at your office. We specialise in one to one tuition which is the most effective and efficient way to learn English.
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HKEnglish.com Quality English Tuition in Hong Kong with a  Native English Tutor

HKEnglish.com Quality English Tuition in Hong Kong with a Native English Tutor

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http://www.hkenglish.com Learn English with a friendly, experienced Private Native English tutor. We teach a wide variety of effective and enjoyable English courses at our conveniently located centre in Wanchai on HK Island, or for corporate clients we provide high quality in-house corporate Business English and Soft Skills staff training courses at your office. HK English Tutor & Teachers teach Business Writing, English Pronunciation and Accent Courses, Business Skills Training: Presentation Skills, Job Interview Practice and Negotiation Skills
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Hong Kong, a dream destination for University study HD 1080p

Hong Kong, a dream destination for University study HD 1080p

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  • Updated: 22 Apr 2014
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Hi everyone! My name is Sumeetpal Choat and this is my entry into Hong Kong. Competition: 'Hong Kong, A Dream Destination for University Study' Todays question in hand is 'Why students should consider higher education in Hong Kong'. However in order to answer this, we must first consider why students should study abroad in the first place. You see in Great Britain students are now faced with crippling tuition fees and as more and more students are attending university, it is said that the value of a degree is on the decline as mentioned by the Economist. This has lead students to look for other opportunities to set them apart from an ever leveling playing field. This leads students to think outside the box but more importantly, outside the borders.. And here's why I believe I should get the opportunity to study in Hong Kong! This video covers just a few of the many reasons to why students from the UK should consider studying abroad in Hong Kong. While you can gain your qualifications abroad, another opportunity awakens and this is to explore a new world and hopefully to explore a new you! The Hong Kong Economic & Trade office, London, have opened up a competition for 5 students from the UK to get a once in a lifetime opportunity to study in one Hong Kong's top universities. And so in order to promote this competition for next year and to allow even more students to go to Hong Kong and study, simply use the hash tag '#HKETO2014' and trend away!
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Study Abroad / Exchange Year - FAQ

Study Abroad / Exchange Year - FAQ

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For those who don't know, I was an exchange student at the University of Hong Kong and just got back from my year abroad. I had the time of my life in Hong Kong and could honestly talk about how much I recommend studying abroad for hours -tried so hard to cut this video short but it's still 9min ugh-. Many of you requested a video like this so I hope this helps for those who are interested! Blogpost: What You Will Gain From a Year Abroad: https://sussexstudents.wordpress.com/2016/03/23/what-you-will-gain-from-a-year-abroad/ Blogpost: How to Prepare to Study Abroad: https://sussexstudents.wordpress.com/2016/02/09/finding-home-away-from-home/ I forgot to address the question about how to finance a year abroad: in England you only pay 15% of your normal tuition fee for your year abroad. I believe this is how it works in all UK universities and think this is an amazing deal. You still have to pay for accommodation and living costs but you'd have to do this either way right? Since I went to Asia, things were generally cheaper than they are in Europe so it was quite affordable for me. However, there are plenty of scholarships and student loan schemes that you could check out if finance is still an issue. The best thing to do is probably to speak to someone at your school/uni since these things vary depending on what country you're in. Another missed question was about racism: I never experienced any sort of racism during my time in Hong Kong. In fact, I traveled to multiple other countries in Asia and did not ever come across any racial discrimination. Again, this is just my experience, I'm not saying there aren't any racists in Asia^^ Find more of my year abroad here: instagram: http://instagram.com/kyufleck facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kyufleck twitter: https://twitter.com/kyufleck
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What is Private Tuition Really Doing to - or for - Education?

What is Private Tuition Really Doing to - or for - Education?

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13 October 2015 The HEAD Foundation Singapore Presented by: Professor Mark Bray Director of the Comparative Education Research Centre (CERC) & UNESCO Chair Professor in Comparative Education, University of Hong Kong Fellow, The HEAD Foundation A recent survey by The Straits Times found that nearly 80% of parents with primary school children and nearly 60% of parents with secondary school children paid for private tuition. The tuition phenomenon is not unique to Singapore but is found in equal or increasing measure in other parts of Asia and around the world. Should private tuition be welcomed as a way to expand human capital in a competitive world, or should private tuition be discouraged because it exacerbates social inequalities, increases stress, and has a problematic backwash on regular schooling? The lecture will highlight experiences and patterns around the world, discuss the implications of this global trend, raise questions about government regulations, and consider some implications for educational practice in Singapore. About The HEAD Foundation The HEAD Foundation (THF) is a Singapore-based think tank devoted to the research, policy influence, and effective implementation of education for development in Asia. Established as an International Charitable Organization in 2013, we aim to advance the study and understanding of education – particularly in the Asian context – and its implications for governments, businesses and civil society in the region. In addition to our work in research, policy influence and advocacy, the Foundation also aims to apply the knowledge for more effective practice and policy implementation through programmes and projects. For more details, visit us at www.headfoundation.org Find us on Facebook and Twitter!
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Can Foreign Students Cut Cost of College Tuition?

Can Foreign Students Cut Cost of College Tuition?

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July 12 (Bloomberg) -- Peter Henry, Dean at NYU, discusses the cost of education in America. He speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg) --Subscribe to Bloomberg on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/Bloomberg "Bloomberg Surveillance" is a radio and TV business news show, featuring in-depth interviews with well-known business leaders, market analysts and leading economists. The show is hosted by Tom Keene, Sara Eisen and Scarlet Fu and includes frequent insight and analysis from economics editor Mike McKee. "Bloomberg Surveillance" covers market news, breaking news, finance, investment, global economics, business leaders and influencers, as well as the headlines and companies impacting the day ahead on Wall Street. In addition to covering Wall Street, the show includes global economics, currency market moves earnings news, mergers & acquisitions, and insights on the world leaders and influencers shaping these events, including: Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke, JPMorgan CEO and chairman Jamie Dimon, Apple CEO Tim Cook, Yahoo! CEO Marissa Mayer, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman COO Gary Cohn, economist Nouriel Roubini, investor Marc Faber, IMF chief Christine Lagarde, world bank president Jim Yong Kim, Meredith Whitney, former Wall Street executive Sallie Krawcheck and more. "Surveillance" broadcasts from Bloomberg TV's New York headquarters. The show airs on TV at 6-8amET/3-5am PT and on radio 6-10amET/3-7am PT. For a complete compilation of Surveillance videos, visit: http://www.bloomberg.com/video/bloomberg-surveillance/ Watch "Surveillance" on TV, on the Bloomberg smartphone app, on the Bloomberg TV + iPad app or on the web: http://bloomberg.com/tv Bloomberg Television offers extensive coverage and analysis of international business news and stories of global importance. It is available in more than 310 million households worldwide and reaches the most affluent and influential viewers in terms of household income, asset value and education levels. With production hubs in London, New York and Hong Kong, the network provides 24-hour continuous coverage of the people, companies and ideas that move the markets.
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Tak Sun Primary School and Tak Sun Secondary School in Hong Kong's

Tak Sun Primary School and Tak Sun Secondary School in Hong Kong's

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Tak Sun has been a name in Hong Kong education for 80 years now and is characterized by a strong family spirit. This year, we celebrate the 80th anniversary of Tak Sun Primary School and the 10th of Tak Sun Secondary School. http://www.tsss.edu.hk/ Tak Sun is the only English Medium boys' secondary school in Hong Kong's New Territories. It has 900 students and nearly 100 full time staff as well as numerous part time teachers who come in to teach Music, Spanish and other extra-curricular subjects. Tak Sun is especially strong in the core subjects of the NSS with an outstanding track record in English, Chinese and Mathematics. We employ several Native English-speaking Teachers (NET) and provide split class English tuition for all students in Forms 1 and 2 to help them adjust to an EMI environment. Tak Sun has a number of unique features that distinguish it from other schools. First, our One Student One Service and Art program (OSOSA). Each student from Form 1-3 must learn one musical instrument and practice one sport. Also, all Form 1 boys must join one of our 5 uniform groups, including Boy Scouts, Red Cross, St John's Ambulance, Sea Cadets and Air Cadets. Second, each year in the week before the Chinese New Year holiday, Tak Sun organizes a one week Activity Week Experience (AWE) of project learning for the entire school. In January 2011 there will be learning projects in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China, Singapore, Vietnam, Italy, Spain and Kenya, East Africa among others. Finally, Tak Sun offers a twin track personalized education to each individual student, which lays equal emphasis on both academic and character formation. Character development is fostered through the school activities mentioned above as well as a virtues program. Furthermore, each student is given an individual tutor to counsel and orients him in academic work and personal behavior. We hope that you enjoy learning about Tak Sun as you browse our web-site and look forward to welcoming you in person at our school. Dr. Peter Herbert Principal SPIRIT OF THE SCHOOL The spirit of our school is drawn from the life and teachings of Saint Josemaría Escrivá, a priest and founder of Opus Dei ( www.opusdei.org ), a personal Prelature of the Catholic Church. Its mission is to help people turn their work and daily activities into occasions for growing closer to God, for serving others, and for improving society. Saint Josemaría Escrivá VISION AND MISSION Our Vision Our school is founded on Catholic Christian values with an aim to offer a whole person education to students. Our holistic educational approach encompasses the intellectual, moral, aesthetic, physical, social and spiritual components. We envision students trained in life-long learning and become men of character, building their lives on a platform of values and virtues, characterized by clarity of thought and direction (prudence), steadfast will (fortitude), self-mastery (temperance), and a selfless desire to serve the common good of society (justice), cultivated in an atmosphere of optimism and joy. Our vision calls for greater involvement of parents in the education of their children, through a partnership where the parents also grow and become better parents through parent education, a vision we share with other schools of the same inspiration all over the globe. Our Mission Inspired by Catholic Christian ideals, we provide a demanding, balanced formation to our students so that they accomplish their full potential, as well as grow to be upright and responsible men, developing all their talents in a spirit of service to others. We strive to strengthen and unite the family, enabling parents to exercise their duties as primary educators of their children, with the school and the community as their active partners. Tak Sun El colegio Tak Sun de Hong Kong cuenta con 900 estudiantes y cerca de 100 profesionales. Tak Sun es especialmente fuerte en las materias básicas: Inglés, Chino y Matemáticas. Cada estudiante debe aprender un instrumento musical y la práctica de un deporte. Además, todos los chicos deben unirse a algún grupo de voluntariado. Tak Sun ofrece una educación personalizada para cada alumno, tanto en la formación académica como en el carácter. El desarrollo del carácter se fomenta a través de las actividades escolares antes mencionados, así como con un programa de virtudes. Todos tienen un tutor individual.
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Home tuition for ib physics

Home tuition for ib physics

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IBphysicstutor.com provides one-on-one, online or small group tutoring to IB students in Delhi, Gurgaon, Pune, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra, Germany, Sweden, United states of america (USA), Canada, Newzealand, Bangladesh, United kingdom (UK), Saudi Arab, Kuwait, Bahrain, Oman, Turkey, Egypt etc. http://ibphysicstutor.in/physics.aspx
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English Learning Course in Hong Kong - Experienced English Teacher helps You Improve Your English

English Learning Course in Hong Kong - Experienced English Teacher helps You Improve Your English

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善用各種途徑繳交學費 Paying Tuition Fees via Various Options

善用各種途徑繳交學費 Paying Tuition Fees via Various Options

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Visit China - 11 Ways You May Offend People in China

Visit China - 11 Ways You May Offend People in China

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http://www.woltersworld.com If you are doing business in China or you are just visiting there are few faux pas or cultural things you should know so you do not offend your Chinese friends or business contacts. This is helpful for doing business in China. Filmed in Beijing, China
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Math lesson 2, Online Math Tutor, Online Math tuition, Online Math Teacher (Urdu – Hindi)

Math lesson 2, Online Math Tutor, Online Math tuition, Online Math Teacher (Urdu – Hindi)

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How to raise a flag (Demo by Hong Kong Police) Part 1

How to raise a flag (Demo by Hong Kong Police) Part 1

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In 1999 Hong Kong Police to manufacture a video for tuition how to raise a National Flag & HKSAR Flag.
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