Dallas Overseas Chinese School Starts the Fall Semester on August 22, 2010
"Another marvelous school year is about to begin," announces Elin Chang, the principal of the
Dallas Overseas Chinese School. This year, the school has contracted a professional Chinese
Acrobat to teach the arts of the Chinese Yo-Yo performance.
Richardson, TX, August 17, 2010 --(PR.com)-- CNN predicts today
(http://money.cnn.com/2010/08/16/news/international/japan_china/index.htm?hpt=T2) that China may
reach the prominent status of being the 2nd largest economy in 2010, trailing behind the Unites States
with a GDP of $5 trillion. It has been the goal of the Dallas Overseas Chinese School to equip each
student with Chinese linguistics skills necessary to take advantage of this paradigm shift and to broaden
his reach of clients, vendors, and friendships.
Over the past 16 years, the Dallas Overseas Chinese School has consistently lived up to the promise of
teaching in a small classroom setting. There had not been more than 16 students per class; hence, each
student has been well attended to. Their motto since 1994 is to Instruct and Inspire through Love and
Wisdom, and their teachers echo that commitment by making themselves available outside of class hours
to answer questions from parents or to provide additional homework guidance for their students. The
Dallas Overseas Chinese School is one of the best Chinese schools in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex in
terms of student-teacher ratio and teacher commitment to quality education.
School starts on Sunday, August 22, 2010 this semester, accepting students ages 5 and up.
This year, the school has hired a professional Chinese acrobat performer to teach the Chinese Yo-yo on
The Dallas Overseas Chinese School also has classes for advancement in mathematics and a curriculum
in reading and writing in the English language. The school is located conveniently for residents of Plano,
Allen, McKinney, Garland, Addison, and Frisco. Course catalog is available at