A business guru once said something like this: Don’t overestimate how much you can do in one day, and don’t underestimate how much you can achieve over a year. This is so true. After a little more than twelve months of intense effort, with the final lesson of Review 6 uploaded last night, the entire video lessons of the Chinese Reading and Writing series are finally completed!
After some intense and productive weeks, I’m happy to announce that the fifth Chinese writing course is completed, uploaded, and ready for viewing. Based on the textbook Chinese Reading and Writing 5, eighteen online lessons have been released.
A new batch of 19 video lessons for learning how to read and write Chinese are completed, uploaded, and ready for viewing. This is the fourth Chinese course teaching 50 new Chinese characters, 222 words and combinations, and 4 grammar points. And two old characters are brought back and are reintroduced for their second pronunciations and meanings.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been raging for nearly a year now. It has put many things into a stop, and freed up some time, which has to be dealt with seriously. The following are nine ways you can use to kill time. All of them are one-person activities, and can be good clean fun. Learning how to say them in Chinese is the side benefits.
Smile, Chinese Reading and Writing 3 online course has completed and is ready for viewing! This course includes 21 video lessons, teaching 50 Chinese characters ( two of them are special ones which have two different readings), 179 words and combinations, and 14 important Chinese grammatical points.
Hello beautiful world, the wait is nearly over. I have received the positive news and would like to confirm that Chinese Learning Pen Value Pack is available for pre-order on Sep 30! It is the perfect starter kit for non-Chinese speaking students to start learning how to read and write Chinese. Students will have access to textbooks, Chinese lessons, and audio recordings, all at once.
Ever had trouble finding time to review your lessons, to complete your homework, or to learn a few new words? You need Learning Chinese Well Organised to assist you with time management, to encourage you to keep going, to inspire you with new learning ideas, and to keep your general goal in mind while completing each of small tasks.
The recent third wave of surging COVID-19 confirmed cases caused Hong Kong to tighten up the city’s social-distancing measures, and the sales of masks have gone up. As I was watching news in both Chinese and English, I found it interesting that, comparing to English, how precise Chinese is to express the term.
Great news! Chinese Reading and Writing 1 online video lessons are completed! For people who have studied some Mandarin Chinese and are able to speak a little bit, but do not know how to read or write Chinese, these video lessons are perfect for them to take that first step in learning reading and writing Chinese, not just reading and writing characters, but text.
There are so many videos out there, desperately want students to learn some Chinese from them. Well, I’m no exception. I have been working on a series of video lessons trying to teach beginners how to read and write Chinese. However, at the same time, I was constantly being bugged by a negative feeling that I was talking too much on my videos.
The current coronavirus pandemic has put the entire Hong Kong Education system online, a move nobody had ever anticipated till now. An unprecedented number of students use online classrooms to learn everyday. Did it work?
There are three jobs I will never finish, washing dishes, doing laundry, and revising Chinese textbooks. And I am always glad that I did these jobs. What’s worth of mentioning today is that I just finished updating Mandarin Express Intro and Basic levels. For Chinese teachers and students who need these textbooks, you will receive the updated version 2020.