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Rana Mitter - Oxford Professor of Chinese History - a new World Journal Article on his Books

As has been becoming increasingly well know, Oxford Professor of Chinese History Rana Mitter has written a current best seller released last fall 2013 entitled "Forgotten Ally: China's World War II, 1937 - 1945", available in ebook, paperback or hardcover.  Here is a link to the Amazon kindle page:      …

Posted on 9 July 2014 | 3:00 am

On YangYang's Blog -- Ways to say Good Bye in Mandarin

Over on YangYang's Blog ( yoyochinese.com ) there is an article by   Julie Tha Gyaw  on different ways to say Good Bye  in Mandarin.  Check it out at this link:     http://yoyochinese.com/blog/learn-mandarin-chinese-how-chinese-people-normally-say-goodbye;     

Posted on 25 June 2014 | 4:00 pm

World Cup Words in Mandarin

I recently visited the easymandarin site and they had a great list of Mandarin Football ( soccer ) and World Cup words. See the list at this link:     http://www.easymandarin.cn/world-cup-vocabulary-talk-about-football-in-chinese/;

Posted on 17 June 2014 | 1:00 am

Articles of Interest over on East Asian Student Net

I recently visited I site I have neglected to go on for probably 1 year.  That was a big mistake not reading the excellent articles posted at this excellent site.   Here are the first 4 articles I read. The first article I read was the book review of "Tuttle Reading and Writing Chinese" and, having read about 1/2 of this book, I totally agreed with the review. The second article I read was "China to…

Posted on 8 June 2014 | 10:30 pm

italki.com articles on the Informal Chinese Interjections

Nicole Yin has authored 2 articles over on italki.com that should be looked at by most Chinese learners.  These articles are about the Informal Chinese Interjections ( that you are sometimes hearing while at a Chinese eatery, supermarket or watching a Chinese movie ).    Part 1: …

Posted on 30 May 2014 | 5:00 am

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