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Staff Profile: Bryan (Chang-Chi) Chen

Bryan (Chang-Chi) Chen

Chinese Teacher

 

PGCE Languages, UCL Institute of Education (IOE), London, UK 

Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, SOAS University of London, UK 

Master of Arts in Journalism, National Chengchi University, Taiwan 

 

 

Bryan (Chang-Chi) joined BIS HCMC in 2021 from Cambridge, England. He gained his Qualified Teacher Status in the UK in 2018 and has worked in a secondary school in Cambridge for three years. In addition to translation and speech coaching, Bryan was responsible for coordinating and delivering the Mandarin Excellence Programme (MEP), an intensive learning programme funded by the Department for Education, in school. Prior to his teaching degree, Bryan taught Key Stage 1 to 5 and also tutored adult learners in London for two years. His interests include singing, walking, traveling, learning new languages and watching films.