The Oriental Dialogue is India’s premier Chinese language institution. We are a centre for Chinese language and cultural education based in the hustling, bustling city of Pune.
China continues to grow into one of the world’s largest economies, opening the doors for trade and career opportunities. The Oriental Dialogue wishes to assist students in finding interesting and challenging career opportunities by mastering the Chinese language. Our aim is to simplify the Chinese language for students of all ages.
Our courses are uniquely constructed for all age groups and range from Beginners' to Advanced levels. Business-oriented Chinese language is our forté.
We help you speak, understand, read and write the Chinese language while simplifying the learning process.
Our on-field experience in China allows us to help you discover the Chinese culture and learn the right etiquette.
Our virtual, live classrooms let you learn from anywhere in the world.
We offer special Corporate Trainings, Translation & Interpretation Services.
A student of Business Administration with a passion for Drumming, Yogish Kale took up to language learning. In a short span of two years, he was selected for a one-year fully paid scholarship to China. He not only studied the language there, but also fuelled his hobby by joining a Pop-Band as a Drummer and did stage performances all across China.
Mr. Yogish Kale
Business Administration Student
Working with a leading Indian IT company, Ms. Purva wished to do something more, which was less monotonous. She quit her job to pursue Mandarin Chinese, and fell in love with the language. She participated in the Jinhua Homestay Programme, taught the language for a while, and also got selected for a six-month scholarship. As soon as she came back to India, she got many calls from companies to join them as a Chinese-Language Expert. She now works with a Finance related company and is very happy with her job that gives her new experiences everyday.
Ms. Purva Sethi
A successful Businessman from Pune, Mr. Thite keeps visiting various countries on business. Learning the language helped him broaden his market for business and also helped him make a lot more friends. It made negotiations easier for him, giving him a competitive edge. While connecting with other businessmen who study at The Oriental Dialogue, he was also able to crack another business deal - What better, than to do business with a classmate!