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How to Express Your Feelings in Chinese

If you have ever been to China in June, then you have probably seen this before. One minute the sun is shining, and the next minute it starts to rain with dark clouds gathering in the sky. To describe this…

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A Bite of China, A Bite of Chinese

In 2012, a post was published on Guardian saying " It's not on British telly yet but the beautifully made series 'A Bite of China' puts our own food TV in the shade". It might be an exaggeration but A…

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Tips on How to Improve Chinese Vocabulary

Vocabulary in foreign language learning plays an important role. To learn Chinese well, you should pay attention on improving your Chinese vocabulary. Draw a Chinese vocabulary tree. Start with a topic that interests you such as shopping or playing sports.…

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The Common Chinese Homonyms in Daily Life

“Do you believe my tears can tear up the world?” Well, if you are a native English speaker, you probably feel nothing special about this sentence. An English learner however must contend with the two different meanings of “tear” here…

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The Uses of “Door” in Chinese

We all know that a door represents an entrance, and thus it plays an important role in our lives. The traditional Chinese character for door is written as 門 (mén), and 门 (mén) in simplified Chinese. However, this word has…

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