On Chinese idioms and phrases related to love, family and relationships.
There is one thing that does make the winter more bearable, something I’ve learned through my husband in the past few years — the three “friends” of winter (岁寒三友; suì hán sān yǒu)
I married a Chinese man. So it was inevitable that one day my language learning would extend to that forbidden territory – cursing in Mandarin Chinese.
Guest Post: Learn Mandarin Chinese – What to Call Chinese Family for Western Women Married to Chinese Men
An introduction to some of the basics every Western woman who marries a Chinese man should know when it comes to what to call your Chinese family members.
Four romantic Chinese movies that are fun to watch and can also help you learn Mandarin and understand more about Chinese culture.
“Listening to Chinese love songs is one of the very best ways to learn Chinese….Here are four we especially like!”
“We’d like to highlight several more very well known Chinese phrases dealing with matters of the heart and highlighting the… passion lovers can have…”
Once again, we’re revisiting the best of 2011 by views for our Friday posts. Whether you’re new to this blog or looking for some classic articles, check out these top five posts.