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In this segment, “General Tso’s China,” Amber and Victor present a strange or intriguing aspect of Chinese culture, and explain the reasons and/or circumstances behind it. Listeners - is there something unusual or perplexing you have come across in China? Feel free to submit your questions or ideas for our show to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to find you the whys and wherefores of everything Chinese.
Today, we talk about the famed ‘One-Child Policy’. We’ve all heard of it, but what are some of the intricacies behind it? And why are there so many people with siblings walking around? Join us as we look at the policy today and what it means for the people of China.
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In this Chinese video tutorial, you’ll learn common Chinese words for plants. They’re presented so that you’re sure to learn and retain them: hear a native speaker repeat the word three times, fast, slow, then fast. The video also shows the Chinese words for each item, and there’s a fun self-test at the end so you can see just how much you learned.
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! We’re all social creatures, which is why solitary confinement is a punishment rather than reward. So while your roommates might get on your nerves at times, or let the dishes pile up in the sink, without them, a house can feel somewhat less than a home. Who else can stand hearing all your bad jokes, take some of the pressure off after a bad day at work, or share take-out at midnight when none of you feel like cooking? Living with friends is basically a synergistic relationship. And once you’re used to it, it can be hard doing without. Which is what this Advanced Audio Blog is all about. Join us as Gail describes what it’s been like living by herself for the last two months!
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! In this Chinese Advanced Audio blog, read about the trials and tribulations of living alone. Written entirely in Chinese, this lesson will help you practice your Chinese reading skills while learning a bit more about life in China. We think you’ll enjoy it. And when you’re done visit us at ChineseClass101.com for more great Chinese lessons and learning materials, including supplementary materials for this very lesson.
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! You knew you aced the job interview when your new company introduced you to the whole team before you even left the interview. Between the free massages and corporate kitchen, everything seemed to be going perfectly. So why are you feeling so downcast after only two weeks on the job? In this podcast, we return to a work environment and hear some key office vocabulary in a lesson that looks at corporate disillusionment. If you’ve ever worked in China, maybe this will resonate. Or maybe you’ll think it’s totally crazy! But you’ll never know until you listen.
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Elementary lesson contains a dialogue between a recent graduate and his friend, in which our recent graduate expresses some concern over how his job is turning out. But what is the problem and why? In addition to covering a lot of essential business Chinese, this lesson also introduces a verb complement that we use to describe how you perceive the world with your five senses. So relax and join us for a great lesson in Mandarin Chinese. And be sure to visit us at ChineseClass101.com for more lessons and other great learning materials when you’re done.
Learn Chinese with ChineseClass101.com! The room you checked into looked nice at first glance. However, as the sun went down, so did the temperature. That was when you noticed that things were missing. Like climate control, hot water, and an extra blanket for the bed. Putting aside the thought of starting a small campfire inside the room, you need to call room service. But are you ready for a telephone call in nothing but Chinese? In this lesson, listen in on a conversation between a hotel guest and the front desk. You should understand a fair amount right away!
Learning Chinese with ChineseClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Chinese! This Chinese Beginner lesson contains a dialogue between a hotel guest and room service. Striking the right tone with employees is the best first step to getting what you need, and in China that usually means speaking Chinese. In addition to reviewing several phrases you can use to ask for things, this lesson covers all the vocabulary you will need to stock up on freebies while staying at a hotel. So relax and listen in for a great lesson in Mandarin Chinese. Be sure to visit us at ChineseClass101.com for more lessons and other great learning materials. Leave us a message while you are there!