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Directions and Locations in Chinese (Part Three) Posted by on Jul 17, 2017

Taking the Beijing Subway

We’ve already learned so much about directions and locations in Chinese through the first two posts. Go back and read them if you haven’t already, as you’ll need the language learned in those for this final post. Part One gave a list of places and common location words, and Part Two teaches how to ask…

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Directions and Location in Chinese (Part One) Posted by on Jul 12, 2017

In our last post, we learned some useful Chinese for travelers. There were a few phrases about directions in there, but there’s lots more you’ll want to learn to be able to ask for and understand directions. We’re here to help you do just that. This first post will be a list of common places…

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Chinese for Travelers Posted by on Jul 10, 2017

Chinese for Travelers

It’s summer, and for a lot of people that means it’s time to travel. With kids out of school for the summer, many families plan their vacations for these warmer months. In China, beachside cities such as Qingdao and Xiamen are packed this time of year, as are scenic towns like Yangshuo or Lijiang. It’s also…

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Poor Man’s Chinese Posted by on Jul 6, 2010

大家好, My name is Sasha, and I’m thrilled to introduce myself as the newest member of the Transparent Chinese team.  First, I’d like to thank Jeremy and Steve for giving me this opportunity to share my Chinese experiences with the world.  Every month, I’ll be writing on the blog here, as well as posting original…

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