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Mandarin Mania ❥ Jun 5
HSK 3: 地方 is pronounced “dì fang.“ It means region; regional (away from the central administration).
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อัครเสนาบดีแห่งฉงเยว่ May 26
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Mandarin Blueprint Jun 4
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Richard Gong Jun 30
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Mandarin Mania ❥ Jun 4
HSK 3: 当然 is pronounced “dāng rán.“ It means of course; without doubt; only natural; as it should be; certainly; . 汉语
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Wei Ting Apr 21
Discovered this delightful after obsessively reading Andy Hui -Sammi Cheng 安心偷食 gossip: Yes, that really is a girl sandwiched by two guys. Pronounced niao3, or nao1 in Cantonese, it means angry. Because what happens when a girl gets caught ‘tween two guys? 🤣🤣🤣
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Mandarin Mania ❥ Jun 2
Pinyin Sounds Series: Today’s Consonant is Z. It sounds like the “DS” in Yards. Please note that the English equivalent is approximate. .
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Ben The Learner Jun 19
This is were I am in my journey. I have gone trough all those level without facing any new character.But it practice the . You can see yesterday map and today's map. . I think in 10 days I will have finish the 1st pass.
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Wei Ting Mar 22
Japanese often retains historical meanings of Chinese characters, 非常 is one example. In Chinese it means often, very, in Japanese? Emergency. Or literally, out of the ordinary.
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Ben The Learner Jun 14
I try to write my notes in chinese. Practice chinese everyday. pratiquer tous les jours, 每天练习。
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Nathan Guo Apr 10
Tencent expands global presence with a new brand identity and typeface
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Gianni’s Ėvıl Twın ✊️ Mar 25
Does anybody know why [著]has been ‘simplified’ as [着]? The latter has the same number of strokes, is more difficult to trace within the imaginary square… I can’t see how it’s ‘simpler’ ☹️
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Nicolay N. Shinkin Feb 16
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CalligraFunJapan(かりぐら) Apr 1
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Personal Growth and Skills Mar 11
Chinese Characters for beginner (2) 汉字(2) (2) Peking University
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Hanneke Siebelink 汉娜 May 8
My current Chinese language and Qi Gong teachers in one picture. They are the best 🙏 .
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Hui Fan Dec 11
mandarin jargon from the beginning to now , 40 years of China open door policy. from The People's Daily # 人民日报
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CalligraFunJapan(かりぐら) Apr 8
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Hanneke Siebelink 汉娜 Apr 8
Back to writing Chinese characters on paper, with my brand new 🌺 fountain pen. Better for the eyes than staring at a screen + a lot more fun .
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Gianni’s Ėvıl Twın ✊️ Jun 22
What is the character in the black poster? It looks like 閪 but slightly different in the upper part. Is that a pun?
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