NEW YORK, Jan. 17 /– Landmark Education will offer a Mandarin-translated Landmark Forum on January 19, 20, 21, and 23 at the New York Center in its latest effort to offer its programs to the international community. There are over 300,000 Chinese-Americans residing in New York City. According to Armand DiCarlo, Landmark Education Center Manager for New York City, the upcoming Landmark Forum "acknowledges the importance of providing The Landmark Forum to yet another culturally rich New York community," and furthermore, this step "is consistent with Landmark Education's commitment to being a truly international enterprise." The Landmark Forum is currently offered in six languages: English, French, German, Hebrew, Japanese, and Spanish. While The Landmark Forum is already offered in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur, this New York Landmark Forum is the first to be translated into Mandarin here in the United States.
Landmark Education, founded in 1991, provides innovative personal growth and development programs to individuals, organizations, communities, and institutions. With 60 offices in 21 countries, Landmark is a worldwide leader in the training and personal development industry. Landmark's more than 40 programs — including its flagship course, The Landmark Forum — are the products of extensive research and produce breakthroughs in effectiveness and communication.