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How to Say Today, Tomorrow, Yesterday in Chinese
Today we are going to look at how Chinese people talk about days in relation to each other, it is a little more specific than English. So let's start ...
July 11, 2016
The Chinese Five Elements Explained
In the west we generally refer to 4 elements and treat a fifth element as some kind of ...
July 6, 2016
Crazy English Names Chinese People Choose
Now in Chinese you can basically take any character you like, perhaps combine it with another character and ...
June 10, 2016
China’s Four Great Inventions 四大發明| Learn Chinese Now
The most significant Chinese inventions are referred to as the four great inventions 四大發明. Si is four, da ...
June 2, 2016
Chinese Poem: “Thinking on a Quiet Night” 靜夜思
This is the first poem that most students learn when they begin to study classical Chinese. That doesn't ...
June 1, 2016
North, South, East, West. How to Use a Chinese Compass.
In English we refer to the points on the compass as North, South, East and West, in that ...
May 30, 2016
The Fox Borrows the Tiger’s Prowess (4-character saying)
"The Fox Borrows the Tiger's Prowess" is a classic Chinese 4-character saying. 狐 hú means fox, the modern word ...
May 26, 2016
Learn a Chinese Idiom: Blind Men Stroke the Elephant
Today we are going to look at a traditional Chinese 4-character saying or Chengyu, 盲人摸象 Blind men stroke ...
May 13, 2016
Speak Chinese like a Boss: Mandarin Tongue Twisters!
Every language has tongue twisters, try saying "she sells sea shells on the sea shore" fast! Mandarin Chinese ...
May 12, 2016
How to Say: Who? What? Where? When? Why? In Chinese
Who, what, where, when and why are the most important 5 question words in any language, and in ...
May 11, 2016
Who are Di Tou Zu? (Chinese smartphone addicts)
The Chinese have an interesting name for people who are always glued to their smart phone: Dī tóu ...
May 10, 2016
Chinese Tea Etiquette: Thanking Someone for Tea
If you have ever been to a Chinese restaurant, you will know they normally serve tea with the ...
May 9, 2016
Two Ways to Say “I’m Tired” In Chinese
Today we are going to look at how to say you are tired, in Chinese. The word lèi ...
May 6, 2016
How to Ask for Directions in Chinese
Finding your way around a foreign city can be taxing, especially if you have to do it in ...
May 3, 2016
5 Essential Chinese Phrases
What are the 5 most important phrases to learn in order to get by in any foreign language? ...
May 3, 2016
How to Order Coffee in Chinese
Have you ever been in China or Taiwan and you are dying for an authentic Western style coffee? ...
May 3, 2016
Chinese Character for Morning, Early: Zǎo (早)
The Chinese character 早 (zǎo) stands for morning, early, previous, or soon.
March 25, 2015
Chinese Character for World: Shì (世)
The Chinese character 世 (shì) stands for world, an age or era, or a generation.
January 22, 2015
Chinese Character for Fair, Public: Gōng (公)
The Chinese character 公 (gōng) means being fair, just, equitable, or impartial, and also describes what is public ...
December 17, 2014
Chinese Character for Fields: Tián (田)
The Chinese radical/character 田 (tián) stands for a farm or agricultural fields.
December 10, 2014
Chinese Character for Word, Character: Zì (字)
The Chinese character 字 (zì) stands for a word or a character.
December 3, 2014
Chinese Character for House, Room: Fáng (房)
The Chinese character 房 (fáng) stands for a house, an apartment, or a room.
November 19, 2014
Chinese Character for General, Shall, Take: Jiàng, Jiāng (將)
The Chinese character 將 (jiāng, jiàng) stands for a general or commander and also means “will,” “shall,” “going ...
November 13, 2014
Chinese Character for Mutual, Appearance: Xiāng, Xiàng (相)
The Chinese character 相 (xiāng) stands for appearance and is also used to describe the concept of “each ...
November 6, 2014
Chinese Character for Very, Highest: Tài (太)
The Chinese character 太 (tài) stands for being the highest or grandest, and gives emphasis to adjectives such ...
October 29, 2014
Chinese Character for Dream: Mèng (夢)
The Chinese character for dream, 夢 (mèng), conveys the idea of not being in the brightness of daylight ...
October 23, 2014
Chinese Character for Correct, Upright: Zhèng (正)
The Chinese character 正 (zhèng) conveys the meaning of “walking in accordance with the Dao.”
October 15, 2014
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