Salaam. In todays demanding world, understanding more than your native tongue are positively encourage. Learning more languages means having more life skills and reaching better acceptance in the globalization world. I have a dream that one of my sons willing to learn as many language as he can and become good at them. If he will become a leader one day, I can imagine him travelling all over the world to give his speech to others in languages that are easily understandable by them.
So, where to start? I made a simple research over the internet and found a few well known language establishments that can help him to kick start his journey into the beautiful world of languages.
To Learn Japanese, Do contact The Japan Foundation KL: www.jfkl.org.my
To learn French, please browse: http://kl.alliancefrancaise.org.my/
To learn Korean, please browse: http://www.language-school-teachers.com/default.asp?selx6=31&selCountry=59
Learning Germany, do point your cursor to: http://www.goethe.de/ins/my/kua/lrn/deu/enindex.htm or
A school in KL: German School of Kuala Lumpur (DSKL) http://www.dskl.edu.my/
To learn Mandarin, please browse: http://learn-mandarin-lesson.com/ or
Global Hanyu & Culture College (GHCC): http://www.globalhanyu.com/msia/index.html
To learn Arabic, http://kelasquran.blogspot.com/2007_11_01_archive.html
(Most muslim children in Malaysia who attend KAFA will learn the Arabic Language subject. So, it’s not much of a problem to find a tuition centre for that purpose. You just need to encourage your children to learn it systematically in order to achieve the best result.)
To learn Tamil or Hindi, please browse: http://www.language-school-teachers.com/default.asp?txtCity=Kuala+Lumpur&selCountry=59&selX6=45 (same webpage as teachers for korean language)
Best of all, you can browse this webpage: http://www.conversationexchange.com/search.php to learn any language if there is anyone available around your area.