Suzuki information in Mandarin or Cantonese


Jennifer Gray said: May 20, 2012
Jennifer Gray
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Viola
28 posts

I’m wondering if anyone has any basic Suzuki information for parents that has been translated into Mandarin or Cantonese? There are many students in our area from both Hong Kong and mainland China, and often the parents rely on other parents or their children to translate for them. I would love to have some basic handouts about philosophy and basic points to share with them.

David Liu said: May 21, 2012
David Liu
Suzuki Association Member
Manchester, MO
4 posts


I am a Suzuki violin teacher at Community Music School of Webster University. I came from Taiwan. I will help you.

My email is : [javascript protected email address]


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David Liu
Suzuki Violin Instructor
Chesterfield, MO 63017

Rosemary Walsh said: Mar 12, 2014
 Violin, Viola
1 posts

I am a suzuki violin teacher in Melbourne Australia and I too would be delighted to get anything in Mandarin.

I am teaching quite a few very new immigrants from Mainland china with almost no English.

It's pretty challenging especially on the philosophy / parent ed aspect.

Phankao said: Mar 12, 2014
 128 posts

There are books from Taiwan and China that you can get. Even Nurtured by Love, etc—they are all available in Chinese.

Sophie said: Mar 20, 2014
Sophie Chalk
Suzuki Association Member
Piano, Suzuki Early Childhood Education
Downer Canberra, ACT, Australia
2 posts

Nurtured by Love in Chinese:

You may also direct them to Taiwan Suzuki Method website:

Good Luck!

Jennifer Gray said: Mar 25, 2014
Jennifer Gray
Suzuki Association Member
Violin, Viola
28 posts

Thanks for all your suggestions! Certainly will look over the the Taiwanese website with a helpful interpreter so that I can use it as reference for my mandarin speakers/readers…….perhaps I can ask someone to bring back a copy of "Nurtured By Love" on their next trip back…..

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