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                      Office of Administrative Affairs
                      The Chinese Language Institute
                      31 Chaoyang Xilu
                      Guilin, Guangxi, China 541004


                      未来外语培训公司朝阳分店
                      朝阳西路31号
                      中国广西桂林541004


Directions to CLI
By Taxi
If taking a taxi to CLI from the airport, train station, or any other location in Guilin, the following directions can be read to, or printed and given to, a taxi driver:

从三里店过去,经过师大的大门后继续往前走,在师大加油站对面有条小路叫朝阳西路,过马路后沿着小路一直走,往前进大概三百米,在左手边有一栋建筑门前挂着很多红灯笼的地方 。

所以就是,朝阳西路31号师大加油站对面小路进去四百米,原跑马场。找不到的话,请打电话给07732180150。





By Public Bus from the Airport (~80 minutes)
If you take a public bus from the Guilin airport to CLI:


1. Exit the airport's arrival deck and board the bus headed for downtown Guilin. There is only one public bus that goes to downtown Guilin. The bus is usually parked in front of the airport's KFC. The bus fair is around 20-25 RMB. It departs every 30 minutes from 6:00am until 9:00pm.
2. Exit the airport bus at its last stop, which is called 民航大厦 (Mínháng dàshà). The bus ride should take about 40 to 60 minutes.
3. Go to the bus stop that is on the same road that the airport bus traveled down, and board the 16 or 32 bus toward 三里店 (Sānlǐdiàn), which is in the same direction that the airport bus was traveling. The 16 bus costs 1 RMB, while the 32 bus costs 2 RMB.
4. Ride the bus for about six stops (give or take) and get off at 朝阳路口 (Cháoyáng lùkǒu). The bus stop is just before a gas station and about 1km after a large gas station.
5. Continue walking down the street in the same direction that the bus was traveling. Take your first left at the interecting road, which is about 50 meters from the bus stop. The road is named 朝阳西路 (Cháoyáng xīlù
). The pinyin on the sign is incorrectly written as "zhao yang xi lu" (it should say "chao yang").
6. Walk down the road, which is a bit of a back road, for about 300 meters until you see the CLI building.
7. Welcome to CLI! Feel free to call us at 0773-2180150 if you have any questions. If you arrive after 6:00pm, please call Leona at 158-7839-0323.

By Public Bus from Guilin Railway Station (~30 minutes)
If you take a public bus from the Guilin Railway Station to CLI:


1. Exit the train station and continuing walking straight across the parking lot. When you arrive at the main road, you'll see a bus stop diagonally and to the left across the road. The stop is called 桂林站 (Guìlín Zhàn).
2. At Guìlín Zhàn, board the 16 bus toward 三里店 (Sānlǐdiàn). The 16 bus costs 1 RMB.
3. Ride the bus for about 12 stops (give or take) and get off at 朝阳路口 (Cháoyáng lùkǒu). The bus stop is just before a gas station and about 1km after a large gas station.
4. Continue walking down the street in the same direction that the bus was traveling. Take your first left at the interecting road, which is about 50 meters from the bus stop. The road is named 朝阳西路 (Cháoyáng xīlù
). The pinyin on the sign is incorrectly written as "zhao yang xi lu" (it should say "chao yang").
5. Walk down the road, which is a bit of a back road, for about 300 meters until you see the CLI building (see photo below).
6. Welcome to CLI! Feel free to call us at 0773-2180150 if you have any questions. If you arrive after 6:00pm, please call Leona at 158-7839-0323.

Note: Guilin has two train stations, "Guilin Railway Station" and "Guilin North Railway Station". The above directions are for "Guilin Railway Station", which is Guilin's primary train station.

By Public Bus from Guilin North Railway Station (~50 minutes)
If you take a public bus from the Guilin North Railway Station to CLI:


1. Exit the train station and walk about 350 meters to the 桂林北站 (Guìlín Běizhàn) bus stop.
2. At Guìlín Běizhàn, board the 32 bus toward 三里店 (Sānlǐdiàn). The 32 bus costs 2 RMB.
3. Ride the bus for about 15 stops (give or take) and get off at 朝阳路口 (Cháoyáng lùkǒu). The bus stop is just after a gas station and about 1km after a large gas station.
4. Walk down the same street the bus was traveling on but in the opposite direction. Take your first left at the interecting road, which is about 50 meters from the bus stop. The road is named 朝阳西路 (Cháoyáng xīlù
). The pinyin on the sign is incorrectly written as "zhao yang xi lu" (it should say "chao yang").
5. Walk down the road, which is a bit of a back road, for about 300 meters until you see the CLI building (see photo below).
6. Welcome to CLI! Feel free to call us at 0773-2180150 if you have any questions. If you arrive after 6:00pm, please call Leona at 158-7839-0323.

Note: Guilin has two train stations, "Guilin Railway Station" and "Guilin North Railway Station". The above directions are for "Guilin North Railway Station", which is Guilin's second train station.



On Foot from GXNU (~7 minutes)
If walking to CLI from the Guangxi Normal University (GXNU) campus near 
Sānlǐdiàn(三里店师大):

1.  Turn right out of GXNU's main gate (also known as the west gate).
2.  Walk down the main road for about 100 meters.
3.  Turn left at the first intersecting road, which is immediately past a large gas station.
4.  Walk down the road, which is a bit of a back road, for about 300 meters until you see the CLI building.
5.  Welcome to CLI! Feel free to call us at 0773-2180150 if you have any questions. 
If you arrive after 6:00pm, please call Molin at 139-7738-4687.




Location of Guilin within China
Guilin is a one-hour flight northwest of Hong Kong, a 2.5-hour flight  southwest of Shanghai, and a three-hour flight south of Beijing. Guilin is located in the Guangxi Province.




Chris Lippard | Fall 2012
University: Oxford University
Chinese Level 
(upon entry)Intermediate I
Program Dates: September 10 - September 21

"[CLI's] individual lessons meant that I was able to tailor the syllabus to exactly what I wanted to learn. I was able to use the Mandarin that I learned in class almost immediately after class due to CLI's proximity to Guilin's everyday life.
- Chris Lippard


Kathy Arnold | Summer 2011Study in China
University: College of Wooster
Chinese Level 
(upon entry): Beginner II
Program Dates: June 13 - August 5

“CLI is not unique merely for its advantageous location, but also for its caring and professional staff, who make you feel at home while teaching a curriculum geared specifically toward the student. Studying in Guilin is truly something else; studying at CLI adds a beauty to the city that I doubt I will find anywhere else.”
- Kathy Arnold



Alexandra Gavis | Summer 2011
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
University: Virginia Tech
Program Dates:May 20 - June 19


"CLI's location in Guilin creates a unique experience for Chinese learners. We're able to experience both rural and city life. Guilin is a city where you can easily go out and practice your Chinese. Also, my one-on-one teachers were able to tailor lessons to my specific needs which ultimately helped me reach my language goals."
- Alex Gavis


Joseph Walsh | Summer 2011
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
University: Virginia Tech
Program Dates: May 20 - June 19


"The individual attention I received through CLI helped me pinpoint my weaknesses and improve my Chinese proficiency as a result. Guilin is a great city that challenged me to utilize my lessons every day."
- Joe Walsh


Craig Wainner | Summer 2011
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
University: Virginia Tech
Program Dates: May 20 - June 19


"I like that CLI is located in Guilin rather than a larger city because it forces you to use Chinese in daily experiences. I also like the diversity of CLI's teachers. They each brought their own unique perspectives of China."
- Craig Wainner


Allison Riggs | Summer 2011
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
University: Virginia Tech
Program Dates: May 20 - June 19


"The way that CLI operates has got to be the best method to learn Chinese. One month in Guilin was more productive than an entire year of coursework in a normal college class."
- Allie Riggs


Mai Lan Rodgers | Summer 2011
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
University: Virginia Tech
Program Dates: May 20 - June 19


"CLI was unique in that it combined an immersion learning environment with unforgettable recreational activities. Being in Guilin promoted an immersion atmosphere that forced me to develop my own Chinese skills."
- Mai Lan Rodgers


Kandice Purdy | Summer 2011Study in China
University: Howard University
Chinese Level 
(upon entry): Beginner I
Program Dates: July 16 - August 12

“I think the living arrangements at CLI are the most important aspect of the program. In addition to sharing a home with many Chinese natives, living in Guilin gives students the opportunity to meet others and totally immerse themselves into the Chinese culture. CLI is definitely a special place.”
- Kandice Purdy



Matthew Dietrick | Academic Year 2010-2011
University: Syracuse University, B.A. double major in Finance and Accounting
Chinese Level (upon entry): Intermediate II


"The constant immersion is definitely the most important aspect of CLI's intensive Chinese program.  In Guilin, most of what I say during the course of the day is in Chinese.  This is much harder to do in bigger cities."
- Matt Dietrick


James Eades | Summer 2010Learn Chinese in Guilin
University: Virginia Tech, B.A. double major in History and International Studies
Chinese Level (upon entry)Upper Beginner

"CLI was amazing in aiding us on our travels. The experience in Guilin was completely necessary to understanding China. CLI’s itinerary planning and personal connections were one of the most important aspects of their services."
- James Eades



Diana PaduaLearn Chinese in China | Spring 2010
University: Hawaii Pacific University, B.A. double major in Finance and Marketing, Minor Concentration in Economics
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I


“CLI’s staff is focused on improving the student’s grasp of the Chinese language and Guilin’s charming environment is a prime place to not only learn how to speak Mandarin, but also to gain knowledge about the passion and culture of the Chinese people. My experiences with CLI are ones I will never forget.”
- Diana Padua


Dr. Ernesto Aravena | Spring 2010Study in China
University: University of Chile Medical School, M.D. w/ specialization in Gastrointestinal Surgery
Chinese Level (upon entry): Beginner I
Schedule:  
College Study Abroad (Intensive)


"CLI's teachers and program directors were extremely helpful, knowledgeable and friendly during my entire stay in Guilin. I'm glad to have found the Chinese Language Institute and discovered the friendly people of Guilin."
- Dr. Ernesto Aravena


Kevin Keller | Spring 2010Study in China
University: Arizona State University, B.A. double major in Economics and Chinese
Chinese Level (upon entry): Advanced I


“CLI is the second study abroad program in which I have participated, and I could not be more pleased with my experience in Guilin. My one-on-one teachers traveled with me around town and were constantly there to help me with my Chinese studies.”
- Kevin Keller




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