Thanksgiving is here. 感恩节到了。 ( gǎn ēn jié dào le ) I have to say, I like this holiday very much.
It is not because I have a chance to taste a turkey, actually, I don’t like the taste of turkey. I feel a Turkey tastes too bland. I like Thanksgiving because it is a special holiday to express our appreciation.
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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 this post we are going to learn another famous Chinese Tang poem written by poet Cheng, Zi’ang.
As I mentioned in my former posts, learning Chinese classic works including Tang poems is a great way to learn Chinese characters as well as Chinese culture.
Continue reading “Chinese Tang Poem: On Youzhou Tower”
In this post, we are going to learn shapes in Mandarin Chinese. I wish to teach my kids shapes through singing but can’t find a right song for this purpose, so I decided to create a song by myself.
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