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Category Archives: Books
Aha!Chinese just earned bragging rights! Booklist, the review journal of the American Library Association, gave our Mandarin language DVD for kids, “Let’s Go Guang! Volume I: Meet Guang, the Chinese Dragon,” a glowing review. Booklist called the DVD, along with … Continue reading
Li Miao Lovett‘s debut novel, In the Lap of the Gods, tells what happens when the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest on the Yangtze River, uproots villagers as their homes and histories become submerged. The story follows a poor … Continue reading
Dreaming in Chinese: Mandarin Lessons in Life, Love, and Language is the title of a 2010 memoir by Deborah Fallows, an American who went with her husband to live in China for three years. Fallows has a Ph.D. in linguistics, … Continue reading
If you’re a teacher or parent who wants to share the magic of Chinese New Year through literature, consider reading these delightful illustrated books. Click on any selection below for further description or purchase. Sam and the Lucky Money by … Continue reading
If you’re a writer interested in travel to China, you may want to join this retreat designed to help writers refine their skills. The 11-day stay in Yunnan Province will combine focused workshops with local excursions and cultural encounters in … Continue reading