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8 Easy Chatroom Slang Finally Decoded!
 (and ready for use)

Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in Blog, Learn Chinese | 2 comments

8 Easy Chatroom Slang Finally Decoded!
 (and ready for use)

We’ve all been through it. Textbooks teach us proper Mandarin Chinese. 你好 for hello, 谢谢 for thank you and 再见 for goodbye.

As in any language, including your own, people tend to do shortcuts and introduce slang along the way. Now not all of us has the chance to talk the streets of Shanghai to hear it but we all have access to the internet.

And here is where real-world learning begins. Here are 8 chartroom slangs you can use right away to get into the pulse of the Chinese cyberspace culture.






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8 Easy Chatroom Slang Finally Decoded!
 (and ready for use)

Bottoms Up! 
9 Tipsy Drinks You Should Know on a Night Out

Posted by on Feb 2, 2014 in Blog, Learn Chinese | 0 comments

Bottoms Up! 
9 Tipsy Drinks You Should Know on a Night Out

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Can We Learn Mandarin Chinese as Adults?

Posted by on Dec 14, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.”
Nelson Mandela

It is widely perceived that learning a language is best done will growing up as a child. But is this really true?

You might be surprised why learning a language can even be easier as an adult!

And here to talk about that is language educator and Asian Dragon columnist Ms. Gwendolyn So.

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Vocab Blitz!: 口 – Mouth

Posted by on Sep 4, 2013 in Blog, Learn Chinese | 0 comments

Yum! Yum!eating, to eat

Watching a baby eat is an adorable sight, that is until he/she makes a mess or plays around with it (do I see parents nodding?)

So in this in this video, we’re going to talk about the Chinese word for mouth and how the same character is also part of a word that is critical to a countries economy.

Now that’s a mouthful

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