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  Category: Articles » Articles by Author » Author: Kah Joon Liow
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1.Seven Free Online Resources for Learning Chinese Faster
Are you learning Chinese? If so, you've already searched the internet for information that'll help you learn Chinese. What do you find? Lots of sites offering free information on learning Chinese. I did an online search recently and realized ...
[Added: 31 Mar 2006   Hits: 517   Words: 867]

2.6 Ways of Forming Chinese Characters
Did you know there are only 6 ways of forming Chinese characters? Yes, 6 kinds of Chinese characters make up the 50,000 Chinese characters in existence today. Amazing isn't it? It shows that there is a logical symbol system used ...
[Added: 22 Jan 2006   Hits: 694   Words: 623]

3.How is learning Chinese writing different from learning a Western language?
In the modern Chinese writing system, each character is a form of its own, representing a particular sound and at least one meaning. In other words, each Chinese symbol is a unity of form, sound and meaning. ...
[Added: 20 Jan 2006   Hits: 960   Words: 403]

4.Where is the Chinese alphabet?
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" ...
[Added: 19 Jan 2006   Hits: 767   Words: 524]

5.Why does Chinese New Year fall on a different date each year?
I'm sure you've noticed that Chinese New Year falls on a different day each year. Here's a list of Chinese New Year dates from the year 2000 to 2014 at Why is this so? ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 603   Words: 477]

6.8 Chinese New Year Food Symbols for Happiness, Prosperity and Health
"Lucky" Chinese New Year symbols are an important part of celebrating the Spring Festival. Afterall, it is the start of spring -- a perfect time to have your New Year wishes come true! And what better way to usher ...
[Added: 17 Jan 2006   Hits: 1012   Words: 603]