Thanks for stopping by. If you are a beginning student of the Chinese language, it would be best to wade through the monthly archives and read my earlier blog posts first. Those articles provide bits of introductory material to help lay a foundation for tackling the words and sentences presented in the later articles. You could also get a copy of “Learn Chinese through Songs and Rhymes” to obtain a fair understanding of the Chinese language and sentence structures. Whether you are taking a Chinese class or a self-paced study course, it’s always good to supplement it with additional reading material. I hope you find these weekly articles helpful.
I’ve added many tags to the blog posts to help you look for specific Chinese words or terms. For example, if you would like to know how to say or write “Happy New Year” in Chinese, simply enter “Happy New Year” in the Search box then click on the “Search” button to call up the related articles.
This link will take you to my Author Page at amazon.com.
Currently there are two children’s eBooks in English and one Chinese language instruction book.
“Learn Chinese through Songs and Rhymes” is for learners in middle school and up. It is written in English and features simplified Chinese characters and pinyin.
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