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Mar'16

How to use “verb + 上 (shàng)” pattern

The Chinese structure "verb + 上 (shàng)" can indicate five meanings.

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22

Feb'16

Enjoy Lantern Festival with 8 lantern riddles

The full moon lights up the sky on the evening of the lantern festival. the chinese greeting says, may you have good luc

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17

Feb'16

Traditional customs of Chinese Spring Festival

Senior members of the family hand out red envelopes containing cash (Chinese: 压岁钱), a form of blessing and to suppress aging and the challenges of the coming year, to junior members of the family, mostly children and teenagers.

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15

Dec'15

Combined ideograms in Chinese characters

Combined ideographs is a type of character that frequently appears in demonstrations of how easy it is to learn Chinese, along with pictographs.

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16

Nov'15

Dog-related slang in Chinese|与“狗”相关的词

In Chinese, there are many slang and terms related to dogs that have different interesting meanings.

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09

Nov'15

Chinese separable verbs

The grammatical term 离合词 (líhécí) in Chinese refers to a group of verbs; they can be used as a single verb or can be separated and used as a verb + object phrase.

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12

Oct'15

Dialogues between Li Hongzhang and New York Times journalist 100 years ago

Chinese viceroy Li Hung Chang was interviewed by NewYork Times 100 years ago, amazed by America’s tall buildings and pleased with most things he saw, argued for free competition in labor as well as free trade in commodities.

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05

Oct'15

Chinese costume culture

As a vital part of Chinese civilization, traditional costumes play an important role in the country's history and culture.

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12

Sep'15

Learn Chinese with the Three Character Classic

If human beings want to live in peace and prosperity in the 21st century, they must look back 2,500 years and seek the wisdom of Confucius. I would like to introduce San Zi Jing 三字经 to you.

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26

Aug'15

Use Chinese “的话” to express “if”

的话" is probably the most common way to express "if" in Chinese.

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