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Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival (chūnjié 春节) as the Chinese call it, is one of the biggest holidays of the year in China. And perhaps the most important feature of the celebration are the fireworks!
Learning Chinese is as easy as 1, 2, 3! This lesson plan covers the basics of numbers in Chinese, including counting, easy math, dates and times. If you know the numbers one through ten in Chinese, you can basically count to 99 in no time!
The Two Chinese Characters explain how to properly pronounce Beijing. The 2008 Olympics were held in China, and Beijing became the focal point of international attention. This fun video will help you to pronounce Beijing like a local!
The Chinese national anthem is called "March of the Volunteers." It was written in the mid 1930s, with lyrics by the poet and playwright Tian Han, and music by Nie Er. The song featured in the popular 1935 movie "Children of Troubled Times" and has been the official anthem of the PRC since its founding in 1949.
William H. McNeill talks about the study of history and how he came to write his famous, bestselling book "The Rise of the West: A History of the Human Community."
No, Taiwan isn't Thailand. You know that, I know that, but apparently not everybody knows that. The Two Chinese Characters have made this funny and educational video explaining the differences between the two places.