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Learning Chinese Language; Living Chinese Lifestyle Blog

News and information on learning the Chinese language and living the Chinese lifestyle. Regularly updated from Shanghai, China.

Published: Sat, 20 May 2006 13:09:04 +0800

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2006 Chinese astrology -- business and career predictions based on your Chinese zodiac sign

Sat, 20 May 2006 13:09:04 +0800

2006 Chinese astrology: We're now almost half-way through the Year of the Dog. Want to know the outlook for the rest of the year?Master Larry Sang, an esteemed Chinese astrologer and founder of the American Feng Shui Institute predicts that 2006"... is a beneficial...

Where is the Chinese alphabet?

Fri, 19 May 2006 14:31:13 +0800

In any single month, more than 10,000 people search for the ¡°Chinese alphabet¡± on the internet.Question is:Does the Chinese language have an alphabet? If so, where is it? Why don¡¯t I ¡°see¡± it? To answer the above questions, let¡¯s look at how Chinese writing...

Seven Free Online Resources for Learning Chinese Faster

Wed, 17 May 2006 15:54:08 +0800

Are you learning Chinese?Chances are, you've already searched the internet for information that'll help you learn Chinese. And what do you find? Lots of sites offering free information on learning Chinese.I did an online search recently and realized that with...

Furor over a Chinese Bun

Mon, 20 Feb 2006 11:17:06 +0800

A Chinese bun has caused a furor online and off. I'm talking about the internet parody of Director Chen Kaige's (Farewell to My Concubine) new movie "the promise". It's belly-bursting funny but unfortunately there aren't any English subtitles - yet. Even if...

Chinese logo for moon exploration project

Wed, 15 Feb 2006 17:47:56 +0800

Have you seen the new logo for China's lunar exploration project? This was unveiled recently in Beijing, China. After the Beijing Olympics 2008 logo and the Shanghai 2010 Expo logo, one can pretty much guess the inspiration for this one. Like the two other...

Chinese Lantern Festival

Mon, 13 Feb 2006 13:11:03 +0800

You don't have to travel to Shanghai, China to see the sights of the annual Chinese Lantern Festival celebrations! Here are some photographs I took last night. The Yuyuan Gardens in Shanghai was transformed into a city of lights. This year's lantern festival...

"Drinking Chinese Tea is on the Rise in China"

Sun, 5 Feb 2006 00:29:17 +0800

That's the message in this Xinhua Online report, but has drinking Chinese tea ever "gone down"? One thing's for sure, the number of tea drinkers in China has never gone down, even with the mushrooming of coffee chains like Starbucks in major Chinese cities.Tea...

2006 Chinese astrology: What's in store for the Year of the Dog?

Fri, 3 Feb 2006 00:32:23 +0800

We've now officially barked our way into the Year of the Dog. What are the career and business forecasts for each of the Chinese Zodiac animals this year? The Year of the Dog means good things for Pigs and Snakes in particular, says Master Larry Sang of the...

Young Chinese 'Chuppies' crave American goods

Wed, 1 Feb 2006 05:23:19 +0800

A spending spree among China's youngest citizens raises the demand for U.S. goods in China. Author Bob Froehlich speculates on which companies might benefit most.Take the ''Chuppies'' into account when rounding out your investment portfolio, advises Bob Froehlich,...

Seeing Red: the Color of China

Tue, 31 Jan 2006 04:18:20 +0800

Red has always been a color associated with China. Love it or hate it, "red" and "Chinese" have always gone together. It symbolizes prosperity and wards off evil. During Chinese New Year, you'll literally "see red" everywhere in China. But "Chinese red" is...