In this post, I am going to talk about how to come up with a nice Chinese name.
There is a Chinese saying: 入乡随俗 ( rù xiāng suí sú ). It means: Follow the customs where you live. If you live in Chinese speaking areas, having a Chinese name is always a good idea.
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The world is changing. These days, more and more parents are interested in raising bilingual and even trilingual children.
Some parents are more ambitious. They wish their children learn as many languages as possible.
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If you are my reader for some time, you might know, I mentioned several times in my different posts that a playdate is a nice way to help your kid’s Mandarin Chinese learning.
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In my post: How to Raise a Bilingual Child, I shared some ideas about how to help your child develop interest in learning a second language.
In this post, I will talk specifically about how to have your child learn Mandarin Chinese if Mandarin Chinese is the language you wish your child to learn.
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In this post, I am going to talk about a lovely Children’s book “A Morning with Grandpa” written by Sylvia Liu and beautifully illustrated by Christina Forshay.
In my personal opinions, I like this book for three reasons.
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