Jane Shen, ANLC President, is a 4th generation Korean-Chinese who has overseen the teaching of over 5,000 students at the All Nations Language Center. Born in China, she started her career as an ENT doctor at Beijing Medical University in China. She then earned an MBA in America. Fluent in English, Korean & Chinese, she has spent the last 8 years educating students all throughout California.

We are open Monday - Friday 7am-9pm and Saturday 9am-5pm.

All Nations Language Center hosts several teachers and occasional special guests to educate our students in the intricacies of the Chinese language. Our other instructors have dozens of years of on-the-field experience. Visit us for an amazing learning journey. 


"I have been attending this school for about two years now, and I am very proud to say I am learning so much Chinese. Even though Chinese is considered one of the most difficult languages, I am finding it interesting and fun to learn it. Jane is a great teacher."

-Sophia O.

"Coming to this place to learn Chinese was the perfect introduction in learning about China and it's language. Most importantly, it's REALLY fun and the bond between student to teacher here is incredible."

-Sarah K.

Judy Young is a world-class instructor in speech improvement & accent reduction. Starting her career exclusively instructing actors, Judy soon realized that her advanced training techniques could be used for anyone with the desire to speak better English. She began teaching speech & accent reduction in 1991 and wrote and produced a well regarded book and DVD on the subject.


Visit us at our Los Angeles campus & enjoy your first lesson for FREE!


3251 W. 6th Street

Suite 400B​

Los Angeles, CA 90020

Judy is an exceptional teacher in training her students to enunciate English words. Her methods of teaching are effective and produce results immediately. After taking her lessons, my confidence is built up and I feel less anxious whenever I speak English words."

-C.P. Kim

People used to ask me to repeat myself. That doesn't happen anymore. I speak more clearly and get messages across. I'm very pleased.

-K. Thein