Primary Education – Secundary Education – Higher Education – Businesses – Media Organisations – Trade associations, Event Organisers, etc. – NGOs in China – Other
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“The cognitively talented students in grades 7 and 8 love Jessica’s lessons. The combination of lessons on Chinese language and culture is great. Highly recommended.” – Annemiek Selten, Coordinator for Chinese lessons for three primary schools:: De Regenboog, St. Cornelius, Octopus, Zicht Primair Onderwijs
“Mrs Sun provides a starting module for Chinese Linguistics and Culture at the Sint-Janslyceum to a group of 3rd year ‘BPS students’; students who can handle an extra challenge. In 8 lessons she manages to get the students to talk and listen enthusiastically and even to write in Chinese characters. Her style is positively constructive, humorous and practical. Didactically the lessons are also excellent. The students are so enthusiastic, they also bring along non-BPS students who want to participate. That’s fantastic!” – Mariëtte van Eekeren, Coordinator BPS junior high school, Sint Janslyceum ‘s-Hertogenbosch
“At the Titus Brandsmalyceum, Jessica provides part of the Orientation Language and Culture lessons as one of the havo/vwo masterclasses. Jessica introduces our students to the basic principles of Chinese language and culture. Students indicate that the lessons are very nice and that there is a variety in working methods and subjects. Jessica was involved in the design of the curriculum. She focuses on collaboration and in consultation with colleagues a lesson plan is drawn up. During trial lessons and information evenings Jessica knows how to enthusiastically involve students from group 8 and their parents when sharing the content of the masterclasses.” – Tom Brocks, Rector Het Hooghuis Titus Brandsmalyceum
“Working with Ed on our minor “Doing business with China” has been much inspiring to us in the team. Ed as a China specialist is always up to date with the latest developments and offers very different perspectives on the topics at hand. His lectures are interesting and engage students to participate in interactive discussions. He is a true professional with a genuine commitment to educational goals. We look forward to a continued collaboration for years to come.” – Thierry Tartarin, Coordinator Business case Minor “Doing business with China”, Saxion University of Applied Sciences
“I would describe both the lecture given by Ed Sander and the topic of the evening as a whirlwind. Ed is brimming with enthusiasm and energy to transfer his knowledge about the digital landscape in China.” – Sinalumnia
“Check-IT, a collaborative project between the University of Xiamen in China, the University of Leiden and several universities of applied sciences, offers computer science students the opportunity to live, work and learn for 5 months in China. Together with Chinese students they work on projects in which issues in the field of ICT and media are central. A unique project for talented and motivated students. The better the students know what they want to learn, what awaits them, in which culture they will end up and what is expected of them, the greater the success of their stay in China will be. That is why Check-IT does everything it can to prepare the students well. A very special contribution in that preparation is made by Jessica Sun. Jessica is born and raised in China and now lives in the Netherlands. She does not dictate but takes the students on her own journey from the familiar Chinese environment to the western world. She knows how to captivate the students with very concrete and practical examples and how to clarify the questions of what intercultural communication is really about. Highly recommended.” – Jan Dankers, manager Check-IT
“Thanks again for the interesting lecture yesterday. Everyone was enthusiastic!” – Wim Polet, Director of International Office, KU Leuven
“Thanks in part to you, we had a very successful conference. You will have noticed that you have opened the eyes of many with your story.” – Fred Cahuzak, Network of International Business Schools
“Enthusiastic reactions from the audience, excellent format and again an interesting story with new things for me! Thank you for your commitment and enthusiasm on stage.” – Lobke Elbers, Chairman of Vakantiebeurs Vakdagen
Trade associations, Seminars, etc.
“Ed Sander gave a lecture on our ‘China for SMEs’ course for the Business Club of Voka – Kempen Chamber of Commerce, where business leaders and export managers meet every month around a specific theme to share their experiences in China. Most participants had little or no experience with online sales in China. Social media and e-commerce are booming in China, and above all they cannot be compared with their Western counterparts. Ed gave a very clear explanation about the fascinating Chinese online world, so that the participants were not only were able to further refine their theoretical knowledge, but also go home very satisfied with a number of practical tips & tricks.” – Carolien Jans – Project Manager, Chamber of Commerce Kempen
“People who followed your session and filled in the evaluation form, you got a score of 4.62. That’s very good (1-lowest score/5-highest score).” – Lilian Kranenburg, Chairman Guanxi.nl
NGOs in China
“Mrs. Jessica Sun gave us the course Getting to know Chinese culture. A fun and educational course of 3 lessons in which she enthusiastically shared her story. The students were very enthusiastic about her.” – Margriet den Bok, Volksuniversiteit Oss