_MG_2345-2IMG_6487loosee-polaroid-ni-haoNi hao! I am Loo See Wong, the founder and owner of KaiXin Chinese Learning Hub. I am a mother of two and like most parents, I believe our Children’s education and safety are of utmost importance.

My passion for getting involved in Children’s Chinese education was rekindled after seeing how my Children struggled with learning Mandarin. Over the past 8 years, I have conducted a vast amount of research regarding Children’s learning abilities, how to optimise their learning and how to motivate them to embrace another language. With numerous observations on how children respond to our program, I have designed and developed over 30 Children books and CDs and continue to develop and drive these teaching tools to ensure its effectiveness.

I am of a Chinese ancestry, raised in Malaysia and can speak 5 languages. I completed my Bachelor of Information Technology at University of Christchurch, New Zealand and a Leadership program at University of Michigan. I reside in Australia for over 20 years now. My years in heading up Asia-Pacific operations in Human Resources and Business Operations in one of the top IT international companies, have given me invaluable experiences which I apply, develop and deploy efficient operations in KaiXin Chinese Learning Hub in Melbourne.


Jeffic Ye Jiefei - Teacher

Ni hao! I am a qualified LOTE teacher and am registered with Victoria Institute of Teaching. Originally from Guangzhou, China where I obtained a Bachelor Degree in Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language, I also obtained Master degree in Translation and Interpreting at RMIT University. Drawing on my academic training, my strong command in Mandarin, Cantonese and English, five years experiences in teaching Chinese to students both in school and extra-curriculum settings in Australia, and understanding of the children's needs, I always make my classes interesting and productive. Teaching children is my passion!

Rebekah Xiao Zhang - Teacher

Ni hao! I am a native Mandarin speaker from Shandong China. I obtained a Bachelor degree in English and a Masters of Social Work in Monash University. I had various teaching experiences as a teacher in an international kindergarten, an IELTS teacher, tutor for primary students and English teacher. In addition, I have been a communicator between the foreign teachers and the children and a course designer for English summer workshop. I like to teach in a fun environment and create an active and stimulating environment for the children.

Angela Zhang Juan - Teacher

Ni hao! I am a native Mandarin speaker from Zhuhai, China. I graduated with a Bachelor and Master in Management Science, with a minor in International Marketing, at Macau Science and Technology University. Recently I obtained a Master’s Degree of Information systems at University of Melbourne and currently I am pursuing Advanced Diploma of Translating and interpreting. I have over two years of experience in teaching children from 4 years old of various backgrounds. I have always enjoyed teaching as I am very interested in language, communication and cognitive development.

Shiyi Lin - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am a native Mandarin speaker from Fujian, China. I am currently undertaking my double degree of Bachelors of Education (Honors) and Arts in Monash University. I majored in Chinese Translation. With my passion on teaching, I am dedicated to create interesting and effective classrooms for students to learn better. Also, students' interest of learning Mandarin will be one of my main concerns. With various appropriate teaching method applied and stimulating classrooms created, I am keen to bring out the best on students and to maximise their academic achievements in Kaixin!

Emily Wu Binhui - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Emily Wu, a native Mandarin speaker from Jiangsu Province, China. I am currently undertaking my double degree of Bachelors of Arts and Education at Monash University. I love teaching and am passionate in creating a relaxed and friendly classroom atmosphere for my students to learn and be interested in Mandarin Chinese. More importantly, I hope to provide the children with various opportunities in developing their knowledge and passionate in learning Mandarin.

Renee Chong Wanling - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Renee Zhong, a native Mandarin speaker from Chengdu, China. I am currently taking Bachelor of Arts and Education (honors) degree at Monash University. I love working with kids and always trying to create a relaxing and stimulating study environment for my students. I was elected as the International Captain at Presentation College Windsor, where I spent 2 years of my high school life. I was also invited to participate in “2013 High Academic Achiever’s ceremony ” for high achievements in VCE Chinese. I have done several work placements as a pre-service teacher at different schools and year levels in Melbourne, which gave me many thoughts about how to develop the best learning for my students by using various strategies. I hope my students enjoy leaning Chinese and have fun in their learning experience.

Jane Tang Jie - Teacher

Ni hao! I am a native Chinese speaker that comes from Yunnan, China. I obtained a Bachelor Degree of Finance in China, Master of Education (TESOL) from Monash University and an advanced diploma of Translating in Australia. I have taught Chinese for many years to different age groups from different cultural backgrounds. I love the children and want them to feel positive, confident and comfortable about Chinese learning in my class.

Abby Jiang - Teacher

Ni hao! I am Abby, Zhiyan Jiang, a native Mandarin and Cantonese speaker from Guangzhou, China. I am doing my second master degree of teaching in Monash University. Before I came to Australia, I was a Mandarin teacher for international employees, who were working in Guangzhou and needed to speak Mandarin in their work. I had students from Japan, Thailand, Britain, Brazil, Canada, etc., and age range from 8 to 55. Respecting to diversity and different values, therefore, I am good at handling multicultural teaching environment, and very professional with a profound teachingpedagogy, also talented at demonstrating and interpreting abstract and difficult concepts into easy-to-understand version. As the study and placement in professional program - Master of Teaching in Monash University, I am assimilating more and more practical theories and creative ideas for my own teaching philosophy. I believe that every student of mine will not only increase their knowledge of Mandarin or language skills, but also learn to be an excellent learner for their bright future.

Stella Song Di - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Stella Song, a native mandarin speaker from Beijing China. I taught Mandarin as a foreign language to adults and English to children in China. Currently, I graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Teaching (Early Childhood and Primary Education). This course has given me the opportunity to teach in the primary schools around Melbourne using various teaching strategies and putting the knowledge of children psychology into practice. I believe learning should be fun, engaging and challenging, and I have passion to create a stimulating and positive classroom for all students!

Yajing Chen - Teacher

Ni hao, I am Yajing Chen from Anhui, China. I obtained a Bachelor of Teaching Chinese as second Language in China. During that time in China, I had extensive experience in teaching Chinese to children and adults from different cultures and background. I am currently pursuing a Master degree in Melbourne while enjoying teaching children in Kaixin Chinese Learning Hub.

Shawna Zhao Xiao Yun - Teacher

NiHao! My name is Shawna Zhao, a native Chinese speaker from Xiamen, China. I'm currently pursuing a degree at Melbourne University. I have been a tutor to students up to Level 12 and always take care of every one of my students. I have a strong passion towards teaching as well as interacting with young children. My friends describe me as a very patient person. My belief about teaching Mandarin is in creating a lot of opportunities for my students to practise their speaking in class. I hope all of my students can learn the language from me while having fun.

Zoe Ying Zhong - Teacher

Ni hao! I am Ying Zhong and come from the Jiangsu Province in China. I am currently a pursuing a Master’s Degree of Data Science at Monash University. Before coming to Melbourne, I graduated with a Bachelor and Masters’ degree in Sociology, during which I researched the psychology of human development and gained invaluable experience dealing with children in a social work context. I also worked as a private tutor and taught young children English and Chinese. I am dedicated to making the learning process interesting and intriguing, thereby giving children the motivation to delve into the Chinese language and to enjoy exploring Chinese culture. I love to bring out the best in children and to teach them to be fluent mandarin speakers.

Heidi Zhao - Teacher

Ni Hao! I'm Heidi, a native Mandarin speaker from Nanjing, China. I finished my Bachelor of Art design in China and worked for an education center for nearly two years before I came to Melbourne for doing my master degree of Landscape Architect in Melbourne University. During past two decades, I only play two roles in my life - student and teacher. I know exactly how to be a good teacher and how my student feels. And my passion for studying and learning will never fade. Also, I am so proud to introduce my mother language to all kids using Loo See Wong’s method. I am also utilizing my drawing skills to teach my students, helping them remember words easily and interestingly.

Lu Zhang - Teacher

Ni hao! My name is Lu Zhang, a native Mandarin speaker from Jilin Province, China. I graduated with Bachelor of Arts in Chinese Language and Literature in China and am now pursuing a Master degree of Teaching (Early childhood ) at the University of Melbourne. I am learning Spanish from zero so I know exactly how the children feel and what kind of practice they need when facing a new language. I love children and I believe learning with fun is an effective way. It is important that students enjoy the atmosphere of class. Chinese culture is amazing and I am passionate in introducing it to children through an attractive way.

Lulu Li - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Lulu Li, a native Mandarin speaker from Shanghai, China. I am currently undertaking my Master degree of teaching at Monash University. I love teaching and am passionate in creating a relaxed and positive classroom atmosphere for my students to learn Mandarin. I also have one year teaching experience in an international school setting. I hope to use my experience and knowledge to provide the children with ranges of opportunities in learning Mandarin at Kaixin.

Mollie Zhang Yifan - Teacher

Ni hao! I am Mollie Yifan Zhang, a native mandarin speaker from Beijing, China. Growing up in China’s capital city of which the history stretches longer than 3 millennia, I have appreciated the richness of the Chinese culture. With my passion lying in education, I am currently pursuing a Master of Teaching (Primary and Secondary Education) at Monash University. In the past, I had work experience in both practical Chinese teaching and the education industry. Teaching Chinese and the Chinese culture to children always give me the sense of fulfilment. And seeing my students’ eyes light up gives me the most rewarding feeling ever. My own education experience in China and Australia has shown me the differences between the eastern and western education. In my classroom at Kaixin, therefore, I aim at optimising the teaching and learning process by making the best of both worlds. I will strive to create a relaxing and creative learning environment where students can learn Chinese in fun, and also help students to become efficient and productive language learners at the same time.

Ginny Li Jingyi - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Ginny, a native mandarin speaker from Beijing, China. I obtained my bachelor degree in Public Relations in Communication University of China in Beijing and recently I obtained a Master of Social Work in Monash University. I have various teaching experiences as private Mandarin tutor for adult and volunteering language teacher for domestic and international children. Previous training and practicing help me develop a good understanding of children learning feature and a good sense of multicultural communication. I have huge passion in assisting kids achieving their learning.

Sylvia Lin - Teacher

Ni hao! My name is Sylvia, a native Chinese speaker from Fuzhou, China. As a Psychology and Sociology major student at University of Melbourne, I am genuinely passionate about interacting with people, especially children. I have tutored a group of children in learning choir music for six years as well as teaching Chinese for primary school students in Thailand. Particularly, I appreciate the uniqueness of kids and encourage each kid to reach his or her potential in a warm and inclusive class environment. Understanding that interest is the best teacher, I aim at developing creative teaching strategies for kids to learn Chinese as well as Chinese cultures.

Connie Huang - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Connie, a native Chinese speaker from Guangzhou, China. I am currently pursuing a Bachelor degree at Monash University. I have been volunteering regularly at Noble Park Primary School for children from non-English speaking background, building their confidence in their book reading skills. I have also been a tutor to students up to VCE level and I enjoy building a strong relationship with my students and encouraging them to continue their venture in Chinese. Every student has the potential to reach their language learning goals and I will do my best to help every student achieve them in a fun and stimulating way. Watching my students grow brings me the greatest joy in the world.

Lexi Qiang - Teacher

Ni hao! I am Lexi, a native Mandarin speaker from Shanghai China. Since growing up in the amazing city with the combination of modernization and historical culture, I enjoy spreading Chinese culture through teaching Chinese. Currently, I am pursuing the Master degree in Business Information Systems at Monash University. I had rich teaching experience as a private tutor to children. In addition, I was a volunteer teacher in a primary school located in the rural area of Guizhou China. Through these previous teaching experiences, I find that an engaging learning environment will facilitate the learning of languages. Interest is the key to picking up new languages, and it is my responsibility to arouse children’s passion for actively participating in continuous Mandarin learning.

Christina Zhang - Teacher

Ni Hao! I am Christina Zhang, a native Mandarin speaker from ShenZhen, China. I have lived in Melbourne for 2.5 years. I am currently pursuing Bachelor degree of Commerce at the University of Melbourne, majoring in Accounting and Literature. I will also continue to study a Master of Teaching (Secondary) in 2018. I am passionate about teaching and delivering Chinese culture. My biggest ambition is to be a good teacher and grow up with my children together. I have been teaching English as a volunteer in Chinese Primary School. I also enjoy writing and have published my own article in Chinese Newspaper and School Journal. In addition, I like to participate various voluntary works with children, such as the mentor work. These valuable experience strengthen my understanding of children as well as my teaching skills. I aim to develop a creative and effective studying method for children. I expect to comprehensively and consistently help student learn Mandarin and the unique Chinese culture. I believe they will enjoy learning Chinese in this fun and relaxed environment.

Yiren Wang -Teacher

Ni Hao! My name is Yiren Wang. I am a native Mandarin speaker from Harbin, China. Currently I am studying Master of Teaching in Early Years Education at Monash University. In my teaching experiences, I have come across many theories about child development and children’s learning, and it has given me opportunities to teach and interact with children of different age groups which prompt me to constantly thinking and improving my teaching practice. I believe children learn more efficiently in a fun and engaging environment, which I will strive to create for those young Mandarin learners in my class.