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Natsusa

Mount Royal
Japanese
College: nutritionist (2016)
My name is Natsusa. I'm from the south part of Japan, Fukuoka and now living in Montreal, Canada. I used to show foreign tourists around the city side of Fukuoka in English and Japanese voluntarily. Since I had experience of teaching junior high school students English before, this time I would like...

Mizuki

Oak Bay
Japanese
College: psychology (2002)
Konnichiha! Hajimemachite, My name is Mizuki. I have been working with some students for the past five years, teaching group and one-on-one lessons in Victoria and Tokyo, Japan. I really enjoy helping students meet their goals. I teach personalized conversation lessons based on students' interests...
Emily

Emily

Bachelors: Honours Biology (2012)
My name is Emily , I am 21 and live in downtown Toronto. I recently graduated from McMaster University in Honours Biology. I have a strong background in various topics in biology (eg. physiology, ecology, genetics etc) and have experience teaching a variety of subjects to students of diverse backgro...

Sunny

Markham
Music, Chinese, Japanese
Masters: Education (2013)
I am majored in education and finished Master degree in 2013 in Japan. I have two kid and I am interested in teaching. I started to lear violin from 5 years old and I have about 10 years experience for teaching. I have been teaching and tutoring students from pre-school to high school since 2008....

Jesse

Bachelors: East Asian Language Studies (2019)
I am a 21 year old student currently completing the last year of my bachelors degree in East Asian Language Studies with a minor in English at the University of Calgary. I recently spent a year studying in Japan and am fluent in Japanese. I also have a high level of English and have acted as a peer...

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