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Find out how Chinese food, Chinese culture and Chinese Music are closely related to Learning MandarinLearning a new language opens up a whole new world to you. Here are some exciting ways to use a new language skill when you learn Mandarin: The PeopleToday the Mandarin dialect of Chinese is spoken by more 1 billion people. That is about one-sixth of the world's population! Imagine being able to speak with a whole new segment of the global population. Learning Mandarin can connect you with speakers--in China, and abroad!Cuisine We all know that

The Importance of Learning Mandarin in Business Community | SkillsFuture courses  Have you ever seen a country without a product that isn’t “Made in China”? It’s hard to find a place like that, right? Mainly because most of the products, even though it is an American brand, it is being assembled in China. Right now, it’s not just their products are the one dominating the world because according to survey, one of the most spoken language in the world is Mandarin or Cantonese. It’s also the main reason why a lot of

The Best Cities To Learn Mandarin in Southeast Asia & China | SkillsFuture Chinese CoursesAlthough still not as popular as English, there is an increasing amount of need for Mandarin Chinese speakers in the tourism and education fields. So, if you are thinking of studying Mandarin; here are the best cities you can go to in Southeast Asia to learn the language. ChinaAs one of the largest countries in the world, with a 5,000-year history, China also a great education system, plus the fact that you Mandarin is already the main

Learn Mandarin Series: Eat tea or drink tea?Today, in our Learn Mandarin Series, we ask: Are we eating tea, or drinking tea? Which is the more appropriate way of saying in the Chinese language?茶(chá ), or what we know as tea, originated from Sichuan, China. It was recorded first to be taken as a sort of Chinese medicine, because it has many nutritional benefits.Many years later, tea was appreciated more as a cooling drink to freshen you up, coupled with its nice aroma. It was only planted and drunk in Sichuan

4 Reasons Why You Should Learn Mandarin in SingaporeMandarin is the most popular language in the world with over 1.5 billion speakers worldwide. 70% of population in Singapore are Mandarin speakers too, with a reported 1 million PRC in Singapore (surprise, surprise).If you're still not convinced that you should prioritise to learn Mandarin in Singapore, or at least, know some basics of the Mandarin language, then here are 4 reasons for you: 1) Bilingual Environment In China/Taiwan, signs in the streets are all in Mandarin characters, what more, they are traditional characters. For someone

Learning Chinese PinyinHow to Type Chinese Pinyin with Tone Marks (meaning to have the tone above the pinyin)There is an easier way to present Chinese characters by typing Chinese Pinyin with tone marks is to copy the below and paste them into your word file / notes and save in your mobile phone or personal computer.ā á ǎ à ē é ě è ī í ǐ ì ō ó ǒ ò ū ú ǔ ùLearning Chinese and writing Chinese are a bit different but with the “U.S. Extended” keyboard input,

Learn Mandarin Vocabulary By learning phrases that contain vocabulary will help to make your communication understood by context, even if your tones are a bit off at first.Chinese, like other languages, has many words that have the same/similar meaning but are used in particular contexts. Therefore, most students will find it more efficient to learn vocabulary "in context", meaning in phrases where the vocabulary is used.Unlike some other languages (such as French or Spanish), there is absolutely no connection between English and Chinese vocabulary (aside from random coincidence and a handful