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China Carnival #15: Chinglish, High School, Mandarin

Jun 22, 2010
High School in China

Campus of No. 1 High School attached to CCMU, Wuhan

Welcome to the June 22, 2010 edition of china carnival. We have three posts today. Zhu shows us her collection of entertaining Chinglish signs; Isabella have two posts, one of which talks about a general high school life in China (which does not necessarily apply to all places in China), the other shows us 100 uesful tools to learn Chinese language.

Please enjoy! Btw, happy solstice day!

Zhu presents Chinglish posted at Correr Es Mi Destino, saying, “In all fairness, I must admit there are less “Chinglish” signs than let’s say ten years ago! Yet, they still make me laugh…”

Isabella Smith presents 10 Reasons to Be Glad You Didn’t Go to High School in China posted at Online University Lowdown, saying, “Discipline is a huge part of Chinese lifestyle and this introduced at an early age and drilled in through high school, giving students a true taste of real life in China.”

Isabella Smith presents 100 Useful Tools to Teach Your Child Chinese posted at Online University Reviews, saying, “Whether illustrating a family’s rich cultural heritage, homeschooling, or wanting to give a child a head start in school, there exists a multitude of resources for parents interested in teaching Chinese lessons.”

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