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"A few other books I have read are Rana Mitter’s new book, Forgotten Ally: China’s Wa…"

Thomas Doherty replied Mar 8, 2014 to Any Recommendations for Books about the recent history of China?

4 Mar 11, 2014
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"Such a book that I have recently read is “Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom: China, the…"

Thomas Doherty replied Mar 8, 2014 to Any Recommendations for Books about the recent history of China?

4 Mar 11, 2014
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"On this Site, Go to Chinese  Videos and enter "measure" in the search box.  You will…"

Thomas Doherty replied Mar 8, 2014 to Chinese prepositions problem

11 Mar 13, 2014
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"Does “鱼”与“余”谐音,象征着富贵。 “Yú” yǔ “yú” xiéyīn, xiàngzhēngzhe fùguì. mean ""Fish" and "su…"

Thomas Doherty replied Feb 22, 2014 to 年年有余

3 Feb 22, 2014
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"Yes it basically means that or "What one gains also one may lose." "

Thomas Doherty replied Feb 9, 2014 to ”所“ = “的”? Can anyone post a link to a good video or website that helps explain 所?

11 Feb 20, 2014
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"One of the examples in the   chinese grammar info   article on   suo-structural-part…"

Thomas Doherty replied Feb 8, 2014 to ”所“ = “的”? Can anyone post a link to a good video or website that helps explain 所?

11 Feb 20, 2014
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"The WCC Dictionary has a coverage of  所's many meanings.  The main definition is   …"

Thomas Doherty replied Feb 8, 2014 to ”所“ = “的”? Can anyone post a link to a good video or website that helps explain 所?

11 Feb 20, 2014
Reply by Malak Lopez

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"厕所 ( Cèsuǒ ) is toilet."

Thomas Doherty replied Feb 8, 2014 to ”所“ = “的”? Can anyone post a link to a good video or website that helps explain 所?

11 Feb 20, 2014
Reply by Malak Lopez

"and most of us will do this Fancy Dan tone marking as soon as GOOGLE Translate and o…"

Thomas Doherty replied Jan 24, 2014 to How is 不用谢 (= Bù yòng xiè) understood by Chinese speakers?

22 Jan 9, 2015
Reply by Hubert Cross

"  不用谢 ( Bùyòng xiè )  means Literally:   no need to thank. This is quite straight fo…"

Thomas Doherty replied Jan 24, 2014 to How is 不用谢 (= Bù yòng xiè) understood by Chinese speakers?

22 Jan 9, 2015
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