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Ho Math and Chess awards new franchisee contract in Taiwan
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Vancouver, Canada -- Dec 5, 2007 --

Ho Math and Chess awards new franchisee contract in Taiwan


Frank Ho, the founder of Ho Math and Chess is very pleased to announce that a franchisee in Taichung, Taiwan has joined Ho Math and Chess team. 

Ho Math and Chess Taichung is located in the Taichung city, Taiwan. Ho Math and Chess Taichung is managed by Mr. Howard Tsai who is a certified teacher and has been an educator for over 15 years. Howard has been teaching math using game-based approach for over 5 years and is very fond of using chess to get children interested in math. Howard believes that math is not just memorizing a bunch of formulas but a process of through understanding concepts. 

Howard likes the idea of children learn math in a fun and stimulating environment. 

Howard welcomes parents and students to contact him about these Ho Math and Chess exciting programs he brings to Taichung city. His phone number is 886-4-23869524 and email is 

Ho Math and Chess is headquartered at 2265 West 41st, Vancouver, BC Canada. For further  information on this news release, please contact Frank Ho, 604-263-4321, email at  


Employing a teaching philosophy and vision with chess as a teaching tool, Ho Math and Chess gets children interested in learning math. How are chess and math related? Ho Math and Chess has been embarking on this intriguing quest since 1995 and as a result, created the world's first commercially available math and chess integrated workbooks. The most surprising finding was that some math concepts used in playing chess are not taught during the first few years of schooling (Visit for free an article: Comparing BC math curriculum and chess for details).  


Ho Math and Chess is the pioneer and world leader in integrating math and chess teaching with worldwide franchisees to serve you. Its unique teaching method integrates math and chess in such a way that students learn to visualize and analyze integrated math and chess problems through image processing, coordinates, spatial relations, comparisons, symbolic manipulations, and functions. The analyzed information is then converted into meaningful numerical values.  


In addition to improving children's fundamental computation skills, these integrated workbooks have been tested and proven to improve students' skills in visualization, spatial relationships and critical thinking. Published research papers written by Frank Ho can be found at For Spanish website, please click  


The Ho Math and Chess program is approved by the USA Illinois state of Education Board as a Supplemental Education Program.