Im a chinese teacher in ZUFE University in Hangzhou, id like to know what are the difficulties learners will meet while they are studying chinese, ill try to explain it to you. For example:Learning to speak and read is easier?How do we learn to…Continue
Hello everybody,Currently I am studying chinese at the university of leiden. unfortunately the programme is not paying enough attention to chinese you hear and use in everyday life. In order to improve my communicative abilities I would like to…Continue
There is an old tale involving somebody lending somebody else a gold brick when they were in trouble, and the security of the gold getting them over a period of worry. Then later it turns out that it wasn't really gold. The moral of the tale is…Continue
Saw a picture of the front entrance to a Yangzhou Dim Sum House called " 冶春茶社 ". Does this mean in English "The all dressed-up spring tea club " ? or what is the real name in English !An address is given as: 维扬区丰乐下街, Yangzhou wéiyáng qū…Continue
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8 strange Chinese things in foreigners' eyes外国人眼中八件奇怪的中国事情 来源：China Daily 翻译：Jim WuEditor's note: What are the things considered the norm in China but weird to foreigners? Some Forum readers share their opinions. You're also welcome to join the…Continue
In the classroom, he did not take notes.
Zài kètáng shàng, tā bìng méiyǒu zuò bǐjì.
作笔记 zuò bǐ jì / to take notes / to make notes / to jot down / to write down / to record observations /
With summer ending and school starting again we may have to start taking notes in the classroom. This Daily Chinese Sentence ties in with an early one about notebooks and laptops at this link:
Posted by Thomas Doherty on August 31, 2014 at 3:30am
Lily's Wai Sek Hong ( lilysbest,blogspot.com ) has posted a very extensive and useful list of cooking ingredients in written Chinese and English. This list can be used to help in understanding cooking videos seen on the internet that are in…Continue
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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
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