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Today’s entry is based around the character 差 chà which has quite a few meanings (of course) but basically means ‘to lack, short of, differ…Continue
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Added by Joshua on January 19, 2011 at 10:12am — No Comments
A 同学 - tóng xué (classmate) of mine said this when talking about why he had to miss class and go to a training session for work instead.
这是 bull shit - zhè shì bull shit - This is bullshit.
Added by Brandon on January 14, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
First word means strange or odd.
奇怪 - qí guài
On my first weekend in Shanghai, I used the…Continue
i stumbled upon this a while ago, it is a game with flashcards that helps you go through you vocabulary and have fun at the same time. it is very good for everyone because you can choose the level you're at or a specific grammar book, or the examination hsk vocabulary
have fun playing
Added by anca kin on January 6, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
One month later, it's our traditional festival----Spring Festival(春节)! It is the most important festival to us!During Spring Festival,we get together, children wear new clothes,old people paste red couplets on the doors,we set off firecrackers,eat dumplings.......It's amazing!There is another way to say Spring Festival, 过年 guó nián,of course there is a story behind it, let me tell you.In this story you will know why we…Continue
I'm learning English now,so I've shared many useful daily expressions on my renren page(renren.com just like myspace.com or facebook.com), I think it may help you if I translate them into Chinese! :)
Here we go:…
I just read an article in The Atlantic:
In the comments many readers suggested language learners watch TV shows (often dramas) to study the target foreign language.
Does anyone have suggestions on a good show to watch to study Chinese?
There are a few bars in Shanghai that all have 'Windows' in the name. They tend to attract Westerners and along with Westerners, come concerns.…Continue
Added by Brandon on January 3, 2011 at 8:00am — No Comments
“菜鸟 cài niǎo” is a popular word. Interally, it seems like some kind of bird we can eat. However it means something like rookie or newbie.
Now I'm gonna tell the story behind "菜鸟"：…Continue
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