Enshi , A Grand GiftAuthor: Binhai Zhou Translator: Jim Wu 恩施，这个名字听起来像守护着异域公主的勇士，勇敢与野性之外，略显黝黑的面庞还挂着几分令人心动的神秘和腼腆。寰行中国的车队刚一踏上这片土地，立刻惊艳得移不开目光。这里既有文明传绪的遗脉，也有大自然的馈赠。Enshi , sounds like a name of a warrior protecting an exotic princess, besides …Continue
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My last post has over 100 views but only Billy contacted me. We had a great practice test through Skype. Thank you, Billy!The test is in the form of a casual conversation (I will not make you feel nervous ;) ) in Chinese. It is like a conversation…Continue
I want to find new ways to drink tea.
Wǒ xiǎng zhǎodào xīn de fāngfǎ pǐn míng.
品茗 "to taste tea, to sip tea, to savour tea, tea drinking, to sip young leaves of tea"
pǐn míng pin3 ming2
Same word 品茗 is used in both Mandarin and Cantonese.
In Cantonese 品茗 is pronounced as ban…
As has been becoming increasingly well know, Oxford Professor of Chinese History Rana Mitter has written a current best seller released last fall 2013 entitled "Forgotten Ally: China's World War II, 1937 - 1945", available in ebook, paperback or…Continue
Over on YangYang's Blog ( yoyochinese.com ) there is an article by Julie Tha Gyaw on different ways to say Good Bye in Mandarin. Check it out at this link:
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