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“I am Reading Books.” – Free Learn Chinese Book PDF

B1-L22 I am reading books (Preview) Sign up to get the FREE PDF & Trial Class Download PDF Learn Chinese Book PDF: Lessons Overview It must be the most common questions – “What are you doing?” “Are you available now?” These questions seem pretty simple, but can you answer in fluent  and understandable Chinese?  Beginner[…]

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Chinese 24 Solar Terms and Winter Solstice (Dongzhi Festival)

Winter’s coming in the Northern Hemisphere! And speaking of winter, there’s winter solstice, or midwinter, an astronomical phenomenon that has the shortest daytime and longest nighttime of the year. Winter Solstice in Chinese culture, also known as “Dongzhi” (冬至,  Dōngzhì), is coming this year on December 22nd, which would be one of the annual celebrated[…]

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Famous Chinese Myths You Must Know Part 2 – China’s Four Great Folktales

As mentioned in previous article Famous Chinese Myths You Must Know (Part 1), some of the Chinese myths have a comparative “Western version,” how the universe and men were created, scary fairy tales, and love stories. In part 2, you will know the famous and classic Chinese folktales that together, they are called “China’s Four[…]

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“Buy Some More” – Free Learn Chinese Grammar PDF

  B1-L20 Buy some more (Preview)  Sign up to get the FREE PDF & Trial Class Download PDF Chinese Lessons Overview Do you love shopping? No matter you love to shop in the department store or supermarket, this lesson would teach you useful Chinese speaking if you want to describe your shopping schedule. Who did[…]

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Romantic Mandopop (Lyrics Included) and TV Series- “No Ifs” and “My Queen”

Malaysian Mandopop Singer Fish Leong & “No Ifs”– To Whom Being Confused in Relationships Here come the Mandarin drama and romantic song recommendation! “No Ifs” (没有如果, méiyǒu rúguǒ) is a theme song and opening credit to the Taiwanese TV series “My Queen” (败犬女王, Bài quǎn nǚwáng), or “Queen of No Marriage”. The song is sung by[…]

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Top Tips for Choosing a Good Chinese Tutor in Singapore

Finding an excellent Chinese tutor in Singapore can be difficult. Good Chinese tutors, or good coaching teachers in general, must have certain qualities, skills, experiences, teaching methods to stand out from the rest. Many parents only care about qualifications when selecting tuition teachers, but it’s not the only criteria that affect learning efficiency. Following are[…]

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“I’m Single, Therefore I’m Proud” – 11/11 Singles’ Day in China

Singles’ Day China – Double 11 Holiday Background “I’m single, therefore I’m proud.” is the main meaning behind this newly-invented holiday originated from China. The 11/11 Day (光棍节, Guānggùn jié) is on November 11th in China, and now the neighboring Taiwan celebrates this holiday, too. It’s also known as Double Eleventh Day, Singles’ Day, or[…]

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Famous Chinese Myths You Must Know

Famous Chinese Myths v.s. Western Myths We all know that in Genesis, God created the heavens and the earth; we all know the famous lovers Romeo and Juliet from Shakespeare’s play and also, the worldwide fairy tale Hansel and Gretel.  But do you know that there are Chinese versions of the creation of the universe,[…]

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The Chinese Walking Dead – Zombies in Chinese Cultures

The world just celebrated Halloween by dressing themselves in various movie characters or many kinds of ghosts from different countries. Zombie is always a good choice when people are trying to dress up and act horrifying. You must be too familiar with zombies image like those in The Walking Dead. However, the zombies in China[…]

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Learn Chinese through Chinese Song Lyrics/Translation -“Marry Me Today”

Popular Chinese Love Song At Weddings – “Marry Me Today” Chinese song lyrics of “Marry Me Today” (“今天妳要嫁给我”, Jīntiān nǎi yào jià gěi wǒ) is a very popular song sung by Taiwanese singers David Tao (陶喆, Táozhé) and Jolin Tsai (蔡依林, Càiyīlín). As its name appears, this is a very delightful, cheerful and catchy song that is[…]

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“Going to Work by Walking” – Learn Chinese Lessons PDF

B1-L19 Go to work by walking   Sign up to get the FREE PDF & Trial Class Download PDF Chinese Lessons Overview You are planning to hang out with your friends but you are all not familiar with that place. You have to discuss with them in Chinese about how do you get there, what[…]

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Know About Chinese Traditional Death Care Industry – Almost Heaven and Other films

Almost Heaven: About Chinese Death Care Industry and Morticians “Almost Heaven” (咫尺天堂, Zhǐchǐ tiāntáng) is a documentary directed by Carol Salter. The documentary focuses on the actual person, a 17-year-old Ying Ling (莹玲) and her true story as an apprentice in a funeral house in Changsha (长沙), China. “Almost Heaven” follows Ying Ling, a migrant[…]