What we're about

This is a group for anyone interested in getting friends with purpose of exchange and experience on language and culture, like Korean, Chinese, English, others and etc. All skill levels of your language are welcome. I started this group to meet various cultural enthusiasts. Looking forward to exploring good meeting with everybody.”

“Let's get together for affordable conversation in our neighborhood, like going to storytime at the library, having coffee and meal and enjoy talking about our different experience around North York Subway Station. We will be willing to welcome 100% to those who are ready to be

• POSTIVE

• GENEROUS

• TORELENT

• SENSITVIE ISSUES PROHIBITED(POLITICAL, RELIGIOUS AND ETC)

When you get to here, please check in with your organizers. We'll seat you in groups of three to five with at least one native speaker of the language you're learning if we can. Every 40-50 minutes, the groups will be circulated on each table with mark such as A, B, C and etc. This is to give and share more opportunities to talk with more people. There are details of arrangement below:

• 1st : 5:40-6:30(25mEnglish/25mKorean, Chinese and others)

• 2nd: 6:30-7:20(25m English/25m Korean, Chinese and others)

The wait list may be activated when there are some limitation of maximum 20people signed up to the event. However your name on the list may not be able to make sure if you can attend. To make sure a good balance of Korean, Mandarin, English and other speakers, we'll check and review members on the wait list to the 'Going' list. Please make note of that regular members may be able to get priority than any others. Not showing up will be the worst sign if you want to join this. To keep fairness and equality of rules to all members, no show-uppers on the day of the event will not be allowed to participate. Thank you for your participation!

We hope to see each other soon!

Past events (1)

Chinko Korean Chinese Language Experience

Toronto Public Library - North York Central Library

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