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Oct'18

Mulan IS SHE! || 木兰就是她!

Disney has confirmed that Mulan will be played by the Chinese actress Liu Yifei(Crystal Liu). 迪士尼已经确定,女主角花木兰将由中国女明星刘亦菲(Crystal Liu)出演。

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Nov'16

Is “三脚猫” (sān jiǎo māo) a three-legged cat?

  In a foreign language, there are lots of seemingly simple phrases that will surprise you for their actual meanings. The Chinese phrase “三脚猫” (sān jiǎo māo) is one of …

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19

Sep'16

Liushen Florida Water takes off in the US

  “Achoo!” sneezed Alan Baker after smelling the liquid inside a “try me” bottle of Liushen Florida Water at a pharmacy in Beijing.     “The strong mint smell was …

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15

Jul'16

Differences between “说” and “告诉”

  Chinese synonyms can be confusing, and it’s hard for Chinese learners to tell one from the other. Don’t worry! In this article, we’re talking about the differences between “说” …

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27

Jun'16

3 Chinese measure words indicating “a pair”

  All the Chinese characters “对”, “副” and “双” indicate the same meaning of “two; a pair”, but there are still some differences among them. So how do we know …

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15

Apr'16

How does Urban Dictionary define Chinese slang terms?

Many seemingly Chinglish words and phrases have been included in Urban Dictionary, such as "you can you up", "no zuo no die", "zhuangbility" and "erbility".

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09

Apr'16

How to explain “懵B” (měngbī) to foreigners

懵b is pronounced měng bī, meaning confused, at a loss. The slang term originates from 懵懂 (měng dǒng), which means

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30

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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