About Us

At Language Exchange Hong Kong you can have a chance to speak English Cantonese or Mandarin whilst having fun!
We have fun games  and activities that utilize our knowledge of English, Cantonese and Mandarin to learn new grammar points and practice our conversation skills through various weekly topics that are applicable to use in your everyday speaking life.

Try “Speed Swap” – Use the grammar points learnt in class to practice in one on one conversations with a wide variety of people!
This is a chance to have quick conversations with people, without feeling the pressure to hold a conversation!

Try “Group Chat” – Make friends both international and Chinese as you practice points learnt in class in group discussions!
This is a relaxed way to chat openly in the language of your choice and lean new things about your friends!

Who can you meet at Language Exchange?

At Language Exchange we have people from all over the world!
Meet people from countries like America, Australia, the UK, Europe, Canada and some funny countries you have never even heard of! These people are studying or working in Hong Kong as teachers and business people, bringing a wide variety of skill and background to Language Exchange Hong Kong!

It’s also a chance to meet Chinese, who may be studying to enhance their English skill like you, or are looking to exchange their native language for yours! Whoever you meet at Language Exchange Hong Kong, you are sure to learn new and exciting things as well as make friends for life!

Do I need to have any previous English/Cantonese/Mandarin skill?

No, you don’t need any previous language skill, Language Exchange Hong Kong is bilingual so you won’t have any problems understanding! Just come with the confidence to learn something new!

Do I have to speak in a foreign language?

No, Language Exchange Hong Kong is a relaxed and friendly environment, we encourage people to speak and learn something new, but there are no requirements to speak if you are uncomfortable.

Do I need to bring any English, Cantonese or Mandarin textbook?

Language Exchange Hong Kong, is based on conversation skill and grammar points, sometimes we will teach from textbooks, but it is not necessary to bring your own.

Can Language Exchange Hong Kong help me with my upcoming english exam?

Yes, we focus primarily on speaking, however this can aid you in your examinations and give you the boost you need. We also focus on grammar points based used in TOEIC .

Does Language Exchange Hong Kong have age limits?

No, there are no age limits, young and old Language Exchange Hong Kong is for everyone!

Who runs Language Exchange Hong Kong?

We are run by international volunteers living in Hong Kong. Anyone can volunteer, including you. Email us if you are interested to volunteer.

Why is Language Exchange Hong Kong held for free with no  cost?

Because the venue we use is provided for free by Lifehouse Hong Kong International Church. http://mylifehouse.com/hongkong Language Exchange Hong Kong is run for free as a service to the community by Lifehouse Hong Kong international Church.

Can children come to Language Exchange?

Yes, children are also welcome to join Kids English.

What is Kids English?

Kids English is a fun english program for kids who want to learn and practice english. Kids English is on every Sunday morning at 10.25am in the same place at Language Exchange Hong Kong.


For more information you can contact us at lexhongkong@gmail.com

Language Exchange Hong Kong on social media:

Blog: www.lexhongkong.wordpress.com

Facebook: www.facebook.com/lexhongkong

Instagram: @lexhongkong


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