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Buying Groceries in Chinese Posted by on Mar 7, 2017

Buying Groceries in Chinese

Doing your grocery shopping in Chinese is a great and practical way to put your skills to use. First of all, you can make your grocery list in Chinese. Check that post for some vocabulary charts on vegetables, fruit, meat, seafood, everyday items, and clothing. Once you have your list ready, it’s time to go…

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Xu Bing: An Introduction Posted by on Mar 6, 2017

Xu Bing is a Chinese artist who has been creating works of wonder, blending Chinese traditions with contemporary art. The complex relationship between language (语言Yǔyán) and meaning has been a central preoccupation of his art. For over 40 years, he has attempted to discover Chinese culture (文化Wénhuà) through calligraphy. He is fascinated by the way…

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Chinese Grocery List Posted by on Mar 2, 2017

Making a grocery list is one of those boring, mundane tasks that’s just a part of life. If you’re like me, going to the market without a list usually spells disaster. You end up with a bunch of things you don’t need (giant bag of chips), and somehow manage to forget those essential items (toilet…

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10 Awesome “How to” Chinese Posts Posted by on Feb 27, 2017

Sleepers on a Chinese train.

Learning a new language is never easy, nor is traveling or living in a country where you don’t speak the language. That’s why we’re always trying to make things easier for you when it comes to speaking Chinese and doing everyday tasks in China. From vocabulary lists, to grammar-heavy posts, to cultural tidbits, we strive…

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Crossing the Bridge Rice Noodles Posted by on Feb 23, 2017

Crossing the Bridge Rice Noodles

When it comes to noodles, China has tons of different varieties. From the classic hand-pulled la mian from the country’s northwest, to Beijinger favorite zha jiang mian, there’s a bowl just waiting to be slurped up around every corner. Today we’re going to take a closer look at one famous type of Chinese noodle that has…

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