|EasyMandarin Chinese School|
|File:EasyMandarin Chinese School Logo-Seal.jpg|
172 Yuyuan Road, Suite 1501
|Motto||"The Chinese Language Experts"|
|Key people||Yis Weintraub (co-founder), Liann Zhang (co-founder)|
EasyMandarin Chinese School (simplified Chinese: 易在汉语; pinyin: Yì zài hànyǔ), also known as "Easy Mandarin", is a language school located in Shanghai, China, offering expatriates, professionals and overseas students courses in Mandarin designed for communication in speaking, reading and writing Chinese. The school was founded in July 2006 by American entrepreneur Yis Weintraub and Chinese entrepreneur Liann Zhang. In 2017, it was listed among Time Out Shanghai magazine's "Best Chinese Language Classes in Shanghai". 
The school offers several types of classes including small groups, private lessons, or a combination of both. Students can choose specialized courses focusing on business Mandarin, HSK test preparation, Chinese characters, or survival Chinese. The school also organizes activities and trips. Activities have included Chinese dumpling-making parties, Mahjong, and indoor skiing. The website has web-based reading tests to check the user's vocabulary and sentence structure.
EasyMandarin is located next to Jing'an Temple.
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