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Commander Lin Chong struggling on the snowy Mt. Liang is a scene that sticks with many of the audience from this year's Shen Yun program.

It’s a vivid portrayal of pain and raw humanness, of a man who goes from being a commander of 800,000 imperial guards with a beloved wife to being disgraced, seeing his wife forced to suicide, and ultimately being a man pushed to the edge.

The series of unimaginably unfortunate events make us wonder, though, how much of this story is fact, and how much is fiction? If it were made-up, what was the purpose?

This blog post fleshes out the story. Be sure to share your thoughts below! http://sypa.us/1IspU4p
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9 Language Teaching Tricks From the Immersion Classroom
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Grammar: different uses of 有 (yǒu)
Different uses of 有 (yǒu) In Chinese, most characters can be combined with other characters to form new words with new meanings. This time we will see the different uses of the verb  有 (yǒu). 1. 有 (yǒu) to have / there is / there are / to exist / to be 我有一辆...
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The beautiful Bayinbulak Grasslands located within Xinjiang's TianShan range. These grasslands are home to one of China's largest swan reserves.

Gorgeous, is it not?
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APP Review: +Monkimun​ - Chinese Class
http://www.monkimun.es/#games

Price: free and paid versions
Ages: Pre and Primary schooler (JK and J)
OS: iPhone and Android
Rating: 3 star

This app teaches children how to write simplified Chinese in the correct stroke order.There is a start menu and all pages are clean and deliberately simple and stylized. Children are presented with an image that the character represents and use their finger to trace.

A few strokes are tricky but on the whole very manageable for kids. I feel that it should repeat what the word is often so they know the sound the word represents though.

The free version gets you 9 words and the paid version 9 more words. It seems to appeal to those about 4 years old and upwards. No annoying ads as well.

I'd recommend a try! There dosen't seem to be another Chinese handwriting game out there. So far my kids enjoy the challenge!
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Chineasy​: Lesson 1
I have always wondered how people learn to read Chinese as their are no alphabets, are there no language building blocks?
+Chineasy​​​ has produced a great video explaining the 12 most common characters and how they are building blocks for other words (some are radicals)!
Fantastic and fun!
(But note this is traditional Chinese not simplified which is what we learn at school. However the building blocks concept is the same.)

https://youtu.be/T5FNvW19GbA
+ShaoLan Hsueh​​​ +ShaoLan Hsueh​​​
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