Could you read the number 15,880,000 out in Chinese once I write it down on a sheet of paper? This article using place value enables you to read numbers out in Chinese within a second after some practices.
The differences between Verb and Verb + 起来【qǐlái】often confuse Chinese beginners, here you learn how to use them with examples.
The most important thing you need to know in order to remember and learn Chinese characters.
Are your learning Mandarin Chinese? Discover how to type in Chinese using your regular keyboard and Microsoft Word.
Some brief explanations as to how to get started to learn simplified Chinese by using simple Chinese sentences and words.
Ever wanted to learn Chinese in China? This article provides a good starting point which will get you started and making progress in no time.
Teachers presenting a unit on China will find that superstitions are an interesting way to introduce cultural insight. The principle Chinese “family” holiday is the Spring Festival. Rituals concerning all aspects of family life, especially home cleaning, are incorporated into this holiday.
Superstitions represent one of the links of our contemporary culture to the society of our ancestors. This is especially true of the Chinese culture. The article investigates numerical traditions, which can affect both business and family matters in China.
Watching TV in a foreign language can be a great way to begin learning to speak it. Find a collection of Chinese TV shows you can watch online and start to improve your language skills!
Learning how a culture expresses “luck” offers a good insight into the culture itself. One way the Chinese express luck is through the character system. This artcle explains how Chinese calligraphy enters into holiday celebrations, weddings, and other ceremonies by representing good luck.