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Study in Cebu: Japan-run English school in Philippines thrives

QQ English offers online and person-to-person teaching, from one day at a time

QQ English was founded in 2009 and now has about 1,300 full-time instructors. (Photo by Yuichi Shiga)

CEBU, Philippines -- QQ English, a major Tokyo-based English-language school with a key outlet in the central Philippine city of Cebu, is building a new business model based on its experience amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The new model seeks to expand combined online and offline lessons, including the option of face-to-face education even for those taking a lesson only for a day.

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