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http://chinesehacks.com has posted an article on ways to say "hello: that are not "Ni Hao".at
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Added by Thomas Doherty on July 31, 2014 at 6:30am — No Comments
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 hardcover. Here is a link to the Amazon kindle page:
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:
Added by Thomas Doherty on June 26, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments
I recently visited the easymandarin site and they had a great list of Mandarin Football ( soccer ) and World Cup words. See the list at this link:
Added by Thomas Doherty on June 17, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
I recently visited I site I have neglected to go on for probably 1 year. That was a big mistake not reading the excellent articles posted at this excellent site. Here are the first 4 articles I read.
The first article I read was the book review of "Tuttle Reading and Writing Chinese" and, having read about 1/2 of this book, I totally agreed with the review.
The second article I read was "China to…Continue
Added by Thomas Doherty on June 9, 2014 at 6:30am — No Comments
Nicole Yin has authored 2 articles over on italki.com that should be looked at by most Chinese learners. These articles are about the Informal Chinese Interjections ( that you are sometimes hearing while at a Chinese eatery, supermarket or watching a Chinese movie ).
Part 1: …Continue
Added by Thomas Doherty on May 30, 2014 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Whats good you guys? i'm living in china now!!! HAHAHAH, i'm happy and be suprise! My boss has give me a mission to create a new store in china, so i'm here!! lol, i thinks i can learn chinese more!! And I'm going to travel with my family in this …Continue
This post is an excerpt from Hacking Chinese - Read the full article here:
The longer I learn Chinese (and anything else, actually) the more convinced I become that the minimum study time matters much more than the maximum study time. In other words, I prefer to study a little bit all the time rather than go…Continue
Added by Lester Orman on April 17, 2014 at 7:30am — No Comments
I recently posted something about job prospects in China, called "Opportunity in the Land of Pollution", but feel like there is much more to the story than this. After posting, I looked at the actual numbers concerning employment for foreigners in China, and it looks pretty normal, if not grim. Basically, I found reports of bias, superior industry…Continue
Excerpt from ChinaCultureCorner:
Many Westerners in China have a love-hate relationship with the Chinese language. No matter whether learning for professional for personal reasons, Westerners all over China and abroad attempt to improve their Chinese language skills on a daily basis but to no avail. Despite having studied Chinese for many years it is common many…Continue
Hey guys, I recently wrote a post about some terms that confused me when I was beginning, primarily because they were rooted in cultural meaning that was not translatable. After writing it, I started thinking that there must be many more out there, would any of you like to add to the list I have started?
Check what I mean here -> …Continue
The other day I was feeling a bit nostalgic and I started thinking about my experience last year in Taiwan, and the shock I felt when I learned that the Lunar New Year had some actual significance beyond partying. So I was inspired to research a bit more about the upcoming Lunar New Year, and found a bunch of things I didn't know about, and this compelled me to blog about my "western" perspective to help others learn more about a holiday that is so important to so many others.
I'm set to take the HSK L5 test in April, and with that around the corner, I have been frantically searching for study material. I cam across the HelloHSK website featured in the link below... check it out, hopefully it'll help you too!
UK born Irishman Rory Boland ( http://gohongkong.about.com/bio/Rory-Boland-23726.htm ) writes Hong Kong and Cantonese Blogs on his Blogsite HONG KONG MACAU TRAVEL on the website About,com. Here are links to a few of them:
Basic Cantonese Phrases:
The site "Learn Chinese Weekly" has posted this Dec 25 related blog. Learn Mandarin words for gifts, some seasonal greetings and the words expressing good and bad manners. This is a very good site and even lists "Study More Chinese" as one of the recommended alternate Chinese learning site.
Added by Thomas Doherty on December 25, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments
I have been studying Chinese for about five months now, and I am currently looking for some beginner eBooks or even some TV shows that would assist beginners putting Chinese into a social context during Christmas break. If anyone has any knowledge of TV shows, books, articles, etc that may help a beginner with this, I would love to hear them. Any ideas welcome.
Added by Jamison Watson on December 19, 2013 at 4:00am — No Comments
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Added by Alan on December 18, 2013 at 9:30am — No Comments
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If you have seen the names Yue Fei or General Yue Fei or/and are curious about the Chinese history of 1000 years ago, then this is an exciting article for you ( from January 2008 granitestudio.org web site ):
The idiom 刮目相看 (guā mù xiāng kàn), translated as “look at a person with new eyes,” originates from a description of Lü Meng(1), the outstanding general of the Wu state in the Chinese historical text Records of the Three Kingdoms. The Epoch Times has a nice posting on this idiom at this link:
Added by Thomas Doherty on October 14, 2013 at 8:00pm — No Comments
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