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While learning Chinese, you’ve more likely than not come across these three words: ”的”, “得” and “地” – all pronounced “de”. These three characters are like three brothers, and they often pop up in our lives. Although they have the same pronunciation, their different looks come with different usages. Many Chinese students mix them up, so today we’re going to set ...


Being able to generate correct sentences is an important step in learning a language. However, language proficiency is really tested when one is asked to identify errors or construct a phrase from its component parts. These kinds of questions are necessary when preparing for the Youth Chinese Test (YCT), so let’s give some a try!
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Within the last few years the Thanksgiving holiday has begun to see a shift in how it’s celebrated and some families are opting to no celebrate the day at all in light of its harrowing history. In that case, it’s appropriate to focus on the gratitude portion of the holiday. Gratitude is an important concept ...


With all that goes on every day, and all that could go wrong, we sometimes forget to be grateful. Of course, with Thanksgiving (感恩节 Gǎn ēn jié) right around the corner gratitude is in the air in the U.S., but we thinking that no matter where you are or who you are it’s important to ...


The best education is one that is not preachy, and the most beneficial education is one that is practiced. There are many simple and practical activities to teach Chinese. We share some of these activities to engage your children in Chinese learning. It’s worth trying!

Chinese games:

1. 1,2,3 Wooden Man
Recently, the TV series “Squid Game” has ...


American cowboy boots, Dutch clogs, Scottish kilts, French berets – some clothing is so iconic it’s immediately recognizable. But what about Chinese sartorial traditions? Chances are the phrase “traditional Chinese clothing” may not bring anything specific to mind when you hear it, and that’s why we’re talking about it today!
Like Chinese culture, traditional Chinese garments ...


Many students preparing for Chinese proficiency exams do fill-in-the-blank questions over and over, because they’re finished quickly and often straightforward. However, there’s a lot of value in practicing sentence formation, because a) it tests your knowledge of word order and function in making sentences, and b) it solidifies grammatical concepts you may not be so ...


Recently, Netflix’s original Korean drama “Squid Game” has taken the world by storm. It tells of a group of people who are heavily in debt in real life who participate in a game. The final winner can take home $38 million. Since its release, the series has been a hot topic of conversation around the ...


Have you ever thought about this question? “My child has just started learning Chinese, how should I help my child enjoy the process while learning Chinese well?”

Here is a summary of some Chinese learning experiences and lessons that are recommended to read to accompany your child on this path of learning Chinese smoothly while ...


Did the hotpot we told you about in our last post make your heart skip a beat, your mouth water, and your stomach rumble? Well, brace yourself, because we’re about to kick it up a notch as we round off our “10 Kinds of Chinese Hotpot” list with Part 2 today.

6. Guizhou Sour Hotpot (贵州酸汤火锅 guì ...


It’s time again for Halloween!
While these last couple years have seemed different for many people, it’s looking like October 31st may actually have kids in costume going door to door collecting snacks and candy from generous neighbors. Halloween is notorious for being a kid favorite—who doesn’t love dressing up and getting handfuls of sugar handed ...


With it looking more and more like winter, nothing feels better than tucking into a pot of hotpot on a cold day. There’s more to Chinese hotpot, though, than you might think – with a huge range of diversity of flavor, presentation, ingredients, and purported health benefits, you can sample a different hotpot “faction” each ...


You may have noticed more and more homeschooling posts in your social media and in parenting magazines lately. It’s even showing up on entertainment TV channels as celebrities have their own children homeschooled for reasons ranging from privacy and time convenience and it’s no secret that the quality of education can be great since the ...


All across Chinese social media, English letter abbreviations are running rampant. Whether on web forums, text messages, or WeChat, terms like “yyds”, “dddd” and “u1s1” have been evolving and gradually working their way into everyday conversation. As it’s easy to just dismiss them as silly trends (or even typos), today we’re breaking down what some ...


Welcome to this week’s Youth Chinese Test (YCT) practice! While the test may seem overwhelming when you first look at what you have to know, there are actually patterns and themes that come up throughout the test, and there are strategies for answering questions. One of the biggest hang-ups for people taking the YCT is ...


Almost without exception, every holiday, especially ones only celebrated in certain parts of the world, have specific foods associated with them. American Thanksgivings feature roast turkey, Greeks prepare lamb for Christmas, and saffron buns are baked for St. Lucia’s Day in Sweden. Chinese holidays are no exception, with the Dragon Boat Festival’s steamed rice dumplings ...


The Chongyang Festival is celebrated on the ninth day of the ninth month of the lunar calendar every year. It is also known as the Climbing High Festival, the Double Ninth Festival, Chrysanthemum Day or Old People’s Day. With this holiday, children are taught to respect the elderly, and the best way to teach them ...


Recently, T-shirts with Chinese printed on them have been popping up in many different Western countries worn by everyday people, just as clothes with Chinese elements have appeared in major fashion shows for a long time.
However, clothes that Chinese people would actually wear aren’t made just from throwing together literal translations of words into Chinese ...


When we think of soccer (football), many people think of superstars like Lionel Messi from Argentina or the Portugal’s Cristiano Ronaldo. But did you know that in 2004, FIFA confirmed that the origins of soccer lie in Chinese Cuju (cù jū 蹴鞠)? Cuju was the earliest soccer-like activity recorded in history?
蹴鞠(cù jū): n. Cuju

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While each successive Youth Chinese Test (YCT) is never the same, there are trends that we can see emerge over and over. This is why reviewing previous exams is useful – when you get used to patterns, question types, and expected areas of knowledge, that frees you up to actually focus on answering the question ...


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