China Advanced Toastmasters is the home of advanced speaking in China.
CAT focuses on those who pursue excellence and even mastery in communication skills.
and a range of other initiatives make CAT the perfect place for you to take your next step.
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And remember, CAT attendance is just 30RMB for Toastmasters and 40RMB for guests.
Our meetings are held in Room 7L, Ladoll Hotel, 831 Xinzha Road, at Shimen Road.
This is a comfortable walk from West Nanjing Road subway station on Line 2. And if you're coming by subway, Exit 2 is closest.
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Here are a few photos from the very successful “Building Your Mental Power” training with Andrew Shih today.
China Advanced Toastmasters presents… Building Your Mental Power How to Think and Lead with Purpose And learn about: Divergent thinking Option thinking Opportunity thinking Creative guesswork Mental Calisthenics Brainstorming Putting it together through facilitation Andrew Shih ACS ALS, trained facilitator, … Continue reading
Jeff Tan ATM-B will be leading CAT’s Summiting Session How to make people sit up and take notice of your speech by having an outlandish and unusually extra long speech title that dares to be different, bold and breaks the … Continue reading
This afternoon, CAT did great!!! Between Delphy Chow winning Humorous (with her fabulous speech on Flexibility), Bill Wang taking out Runner Up with his Black Swan speech, and Dan Smith (yeah, me!) being awarded Second Place for Table Topics, so … Continue reading