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This is one of my fave drama series from Taiwan. I like the leads and the little boy is so adorable.  I also enjoy listening to the use of 闽南语 by a few of the characters in the series. You can watch the entire series on viki.com
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i had seen it!! so good :)
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Great course in introducing Chinese language and culture to those who are new to the topic.  This course provides a good overview of the topic.
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I am so fascinated by the reading of this poem. Chinese Poetry 1- "Lion-Eating Poet in the Stone Den"
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我是一只小小鸟 It's not a new song but many singers have since covered it.  I like this version by by Della Dingdang 丁当 
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