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Beijing is the capital of China (北京是中国的首都 – běi jīng shì zhōng guó de shǒu dū). This huge city is home to over 20 ..read more
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Image via Pixabay A useful way to practice your Chinese is to talk about daily activities and objects. Like clothes and dressing. Here ..read more
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Image via Pixabay When visiting China it is so tempting to go shopping. Every item I buy bears memories from another delightful trip in ..read more
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Halloween has always been one of my favorite holidays. From dressing up and going trick-or-treating as a youngster, to wild parties that ..read more
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Have you ever seen that movie “Lost in Translation”? It’s a great movie starring Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson where the two ..read more
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Image via Pixabay A national flag (国旗 guó qí) is an important symbol of a country (国家 guó jiā), serving as an international ..read more
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October 1st is a very special day in China this year. Not only is it the country’s National Day (国庆节 – guó qìng jié), but it ..read more
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Image via Pixabay Iran has decided unilaterally to cancel the visa requirement for Chinese citizens. The Henley Passport Index is a ..read more
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The Mid-Autumn Festival (中秋节 – zhōng qiū jié) is fast approaching. This traditional Chinese holiday falls on the 15th day of ..read more
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Image via Pixabay Chinese Teachers’ Day will be celebrated this month on September 10th. An old Chinese saying says ..read more

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