Our Teachers


Jane Lin, MS


Mrs. Jane Lin has over 20 years experience in teaching Mandarin in Texas and Taiwan. She earned her Master's degree in Chinese Literature from National Kaohsiung Normal University, 國立高雄師範大學, in Kaohsiung, Taiwan and completed her Secondary School Teachers' Education Program and became a certificated teacher. She had taught Mandarin at National Overseas Chinese Experimental Senior High School, 國立華僑實驗高級中學 in Banqiao (New Taipei City) in Taiwan from 1996 to 2011.

Jane and her family have lived in North Austin for years. She is a compassionate, enthusiastic, and intelligent teacher who always loves working with young children and teens. She and her husband have two beautiful daughters. The family loves to go on road trips during holidays and enjoy family time exploring the National Parks of America.

Jane said the most pleasing words a student can tell her is "Learning Chinese is so interesting and fun". 





Peggy Lee, BA


Peggy Lee is a native Mandarin Chinese and English speaker. She was born in Taiwan, immigrated to USA and then back to Taiwan after graduating from the University of Georgia with a BA. After spending 20 years in America and 20 years in Taiwan, Peggy has the ability to embrace both languages with fluency and can understand their cultures too.

Growing up in United States gave her a great understanding and firsthand experience of the local education system. In Taiwan she had worked at World of Disney in educational publishing. Later she was recruited to Saatchi & Saatchi advertising and then to Shangri-La Hotel as Guest Relation manger then Training manager. Prior to coming back to USA she was the head teacher at Wesley Kindergarten and their after school program for elementary students for 5 years.

Peggy’s highly developed communications, corporate staff training paired with her love for children allows her to transition easily into her role as an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher. She understands the challenges and nuances of children learning a second language and thus developed interesting and interactive programs that kept the children engaged and put the fun back into learning. Her beliefs in interacting with children in a gentle, loving, encouraging manner have resulted in students striving to reach their full academic and social potential, thus succeed in life.

Relocated to beautiful Austin 3 years ago with her family, she is now involved in teaching American children Chinese language with the same successful methods.