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Three Important Tips for Chinese Learning

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7 Videos (15m)
    • Introduction

    • Foundation

    • Tip 1- Grouping

    • Tip 2 -Visualization

    • TIP 3- Mapping

    • Learning Review & Homework

    • Final Words


About This Class

Most people find learning Chinese overwhelming as there are thousands of characters.  But when we take the small step to understand the organization of characters and the group of commonly used words, it makes the learning manageable and lead us to a new world of cultural discovery.

Join us to learn Chinese in a fun-filled, and enriching approach.

Specifically, you will:

  1.    Learn 3 tips that will help you systematically understand Chinese characters: grouping, visualizing and mapping;
  2.    Understand how commonly used radicals (prefixes & suffixes) lead to the widely used characters.
  3.    Complete the homework to consolidate your character nets and build up your learning efficiency. 

While this lesson is for beginners, the contents may also benefit intermediate and advanced level as well. Our purpose is to plant a growing sprout in your mind.

List of lessons we offered:

Lesson 1:       Learn Chinese & Arts from Character "Spring" - Beginner 1

Lesson 2A:    Grab Quick, Complete Win: Healthy Cooking + Practical Chinese


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Besides interior design works, Zoe Lin always has the passion for Chinese culture. She thinks the rich culture is too good to be overlooked. The founding of My SkyBase is an answer for this inner calling. The complicated language seems like a barrier to understanding its culture. But she believes every Chinese character is a piece of art. It is something we can enjoy in our journey of exploration if the 'recipe' (class approach) well formulated.

Born in Taiwan, Mandarin is her mother t...

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